IBM upgrades data-storage system with cache SSDs

02/8/2012 | Computerworld

IBM is upgrading its XIV Storage System with solid-state drives used as cache memory, which the company says can boost the performance of the grid array by up to three times. The SSDs use NAND flash memory devices to store the most frequently used data in the system. The company also introduced an iPhone application for monitoring XIV systems through a browser interface.

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