Flash Express
This appendix covers the IBM Flash Express feature introduced on the zEC12 server.
Flash memory is a non-volatile computer storage technology. It was introduced on the market decades ago. Flash memory is commonly used today in memory cards, USB flash drives, solid-state drives (SSDs), and similar products for general storage and data transfer. Until recently, the high cost per gigabyte and limited capacity of SSDs restricted deployment of these drives to specific applications. Recent advances in SSD technology and economies of scale ...

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