When getting into the configuration of the disks this is essential to understand how the disks work. SSD, a thin wedge of NAND flash memory is used to store data, file and applications and also to run computer devices, offers significant performance advantages over conventional hard disk drives (HDDs).
An SSD is exactly same as the one that is there in your USB drive, but rather than being encased in a thin stick, SSD is put inside a shell or enclosure of 2.5 inches along with a SATA interface for enhanced performance levels. SSDs have no moving parts and are 100 times faster at accessing data than an HDD.
This white paper attempts to explain how the anatomy and built of an SSD significantly enhances the server performance levels and what makes them more expensive than traditional HDDs.
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