Data reduction a key feature in solid-state storage

By Randy Kerns, Monday, October 28th 2013

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The premise of doing data reduction of stored information is that more data can be put in the available physical space. Storing more data in a fixed amount of space drives down the price of storing data and gives added benefits of reducing the footprint, power consumption, and cooling required.

Performance requirements for data reduction vary depending on the type of data. If the data needs to be accessed frequently or in a time critical manner,

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