Under the Hood: Intel Solid-State Drives for a More Flexible Data Center

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In this Intel Chip Chat Under the Hood video podcast: The coming software defined infrastructure (SDI) revolution will require a flexible data center that bursts in and out of capacity more efficiently than current architectures. The Intel Solid-State Drive Data Center Family for PCI Express has been architected for NVM Express and alleviates space and power constraints while offering increased performance versus traditional hard drives.

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