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Changing the Economics of Flash Storage

Social business, mobile devices, big data analytics, and the cloud are changing the storage landscape and this creates new opportunities for flash drives. Flash storage addresses many customer challenges, such as the need for high-performance. Tiering solutions, which support multiple types of flash drives, offer further gains by balancing cost, capacity, and reliability requirements.

Access this Q&A with Laura DuBois, program vice president of IDC’s Storage research to learn more about use cases for flash storage.

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