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Kingston SSDs are the best hardware choice for software-defined storage solutions

The Data Storage Evolution

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Businesses across the world are rapidly undergoing a digital transformation covering every aspect of their organization, especially in their data centres. The process has encouraged IT leaders to migrate applications and data to the cloud, as well as software defining their own on-premise infrastructures.

What is SDS?

Software-defined storage (SDS) is generally defined as data storage in which the programming that controls storage-related tasks is decoupled from the physical storage hardware. It is part of an overarching trend that includes software-defined networking (SDN) and software-defined data centers.

Data growth driving demand

Many data centers today are handling petabytes of data daily; traditional storage implementations are straining to keep up with soaring capacity demands.

Our infographic will give you an insight into how SSD (solid-state drive) accelerates performance and reliability in an SDS environment.

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