Doesn't Not Compute

My log of experiences with GNU/Linux and computers in general.

An Interesting Development from 28 Days Ago . . .

Apparently CPU cores aren’t the only bit of computer technology approaching its theoretical size limits, according to this article on Linux Magazine’s website.

“SSD technology is evolving very quickly. This article will look at three SSD hardware developments: (1) Intel and Micron 25nm flash chips, (2) very large SSDs along with new PCIe SSD devices from someone other than Fusion-IO, and (3) a new OS independent device that can use an SSD as a read cache for a hard drive.”

Learn more about Solid Snake — er, I mean Solid State — Hard Drives at PC Tech Guide’s website. Or on Wikipedia’s article.


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