This white paper presents a large vendor's storage system that allows your "hot" data to be served quickly – satisfying your customers with the best user experience while freeing up your processors for other value-added features to stay ahead of the competition.
With Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout (CASL) architecture as a key differentiator for this vendor's storage systems, read on to discover what else sets them apart from incumbent vendors that offer midrange and entry-level storage systems.
Determined to solve their storage and recovery problems, one marketing firm needed a solution that provided high performance plus the capacity to work with large graphic files, rich media and videos typical in the ad industry. This brief case study highlights a storage system that increased system performance.
This white paper highlights a case study of an advertising technology organization that kept hitting performance bottlenecks with their hard disk drives (HDDs) and needed a cost-effective solution that required extremely low latency and high throughput.
This white paper carefully analyzes the costs of several different flash solutions. In order to help you choose the best platform to address your unique storage challenges and performance needs.
IBM’s Storwize V7000 users now have the tools — with the combination of Storage Tier Advisor and Easy Tier — to be able to plan for and use SSDs appropriately in their distinctive workload environments. Read on to learn more.
This technical brief explains why traditional hard disk drives are not a viable long-term storage solution for customers. Discover how clients can accelerate access to data without incurring extra expense.
Intel IT is evaluating solid-state drive (SSD) technology to better understand the benefits to users and the impacts on the enterprise. We have initiated a proof of concept (PoC) study that includes extensive benchmark testing as well as deployment of notebooks with SSDs to the Intel workforce.
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