sponsored by SanDisk Corporation
Posted:  17 Oct 2013
Published:  17 Oct 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

Organizations of all sizes suffer from storage I/O latency, resulting in latency-related bottlenecks. With increasing data growth, existing storage infrastructures cannot keep pace. Flash memory enables organizations to utilize solid-state devices in servers as a complement to existing storage and server systems, to meet performance objectives by reducing latency, while maximizing the productivity and financial return on existing infrastructure.

In this brief case study, you will discover how a full-service medical, surgical, and audiological practice in Tennessee deployed server-side caching software to alleviate I/O latency bottlenecks in the medical records system.

DAS | Data Management | Data Storage | Flash Memory | Server Management | Solid State Disks | Solid State Storage | Storage Infrastructure | Storage Management | Windows Server Software

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