Economics and Performance: The Case for Enterprise Solid State Drive

August 6, 2015
In this video, Adam Roberts from SanDisk and David Watts from Lenovo Press talk about the total cost of acquisition (capital expense) and total cost of ownership (operating expense) of server storage, comparing 15K RPM SAS HDDs and the new high-capacity Enterprise SSDs from Lenovo. Adam makes the case that the SSDs are better from a financial point of view as well as a performance point of view. For more information, read the Lenovo paper "Next-Gen SSDs for Outstanding TCO, Performance, and Reliability", available from: http://www.lenovo.com/images/products/system-x/pdfs/white-papers/next_gen_ssds_wp.pdf
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