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EMC Makes Solid State Drives More Efficient

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EMC today unveiled its long-awaited technology for ensuring that only the most critical data winds up on pricey solid state drives (SSDs).

EMC, which has been the early leader in enterprise SSDs thanks to its partnership with flash drive maker STEC, today unveiled the first generation of its FAST technology, which stands for fully automated storage tiering. The second generation of the product, expected to be released in the second half of 2010, will allocate data at the sub-LUN and sub-volume level, among other features...
 
 

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