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Content delivery networks have unique storage requirements. Fortunately, there are new SSDs tailored just for CDN needs.Continue readingLow-Cost and High-Output Storage Built for CDNs
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The new Samsung 860DCT enterprise SATA SSD offers price and performance optimized for CDN networks, with enterprise-grade reliability.Continue readingWhy We Built the Samsung 860DCT Enterprise SATA SSD
As flash technology advances, high-capacity SSDs are becoming an affordable alternative to HDDs within the enterprise data center.Continue readingNew High-Capacity SSDs Advance Enterprise Data Applications