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The 10 Hottest SSD And Flash Storage Products Of 2020 (So Far)

Flash storage continues to mature as vendors including Dell EMC, HPE, Hitachi Vantara, and Pure Storage adopt the latest technologies including NVMe, low-cost QLC flash, and Intel Optane while using software to help squeeze even more performance.

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Upping The Performance And Capacity Of Flash Storage

The storage industry is an unusual beast, with untold millions of dollars being invested to increase the performance and capacity of the latest storage technologies even as the storage industry as a whole continues to see total spending fall. IDC in June published its latest Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker, and reported that the total first quarter 2019 worldwide enterprise storage systems market revenue fell 0.6 percent despite a 14.1-percent growth capacity shipped over last year.

However, the fastest-growing part of the storage industry remains flash storage. IDC estimated that all-flash storage array sales grew 17.5-percent year-over-year to reach about 18.5 percent of total enterprise storage sales.

For solution providers and their customers, new performance-enhancing technologies such as NVMe, and Intel Optane, along with the wider adoption of low-cost QLC flash, are providing ever new choices for storage hardware. And that hardware, when combined in storage arrays, is getting even more performance thanks to new software from the vendors.

To see some of the advances in flash storage technology, turn the page.

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