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  • How to Use Flash-Based SSDs in Your Environment

    This e-guide will inform you of 4 ways to use flash storage in the enterprise IT storage stack today, as well as the benefits of deploying SSDs (hint: you will see significant green storage savings).

  • Comparing Scale-Out and Object-Based Storage Systems

    This e-guide defines the 2 storage systems that provide you with the crucial information on which system would best benefit your particular needs.

  • Accelerate the Performance of Virtual Machines with Flash Technology

    This expert e-guide explores the best practices to optimize your VM performance with flash storage. Read on to get an exclusive look at how managing write I/O performance and creating a new shared storage system will help accelerate theĀ  performance of your VMs.

  • Benefits and Drawbacks of SSD, Caching, and PCIE Based SSD

    This e-guide examines whether SSDs and caching everywhere create a performance bottleneck, as well as PCIe-based SSD implementation benefits and drawbacks.

  • The SSD Landscape

    The aim of this report was to understand the new wave of interest inSSDs by analyzing: SSD workload applications, types of SSD deployments and motives for IT environments to deploy SSDs.

  • Storage Trends Report

    This informative white paper gives the current trends and topics in the field of data storage and gives survey results from 158 customers highlighting which new technologies they're adopting.

  • DataStream Architecture

    Access this white paper to get an exclusive look at one vendor's storage system design that achieves performance and scale through common and narrow low-level interfaces to MicroArrays.

  • DataStream 1000 from Coho Data

    This concise white paper highlights one vendor's solution to configure and deliver bottleneck-free private cloud storage. How, you say? With software-defined storage that is distributed across both the network switch and the commodity server back-end storage.

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