Enterprises impose different requirements on storage solutions than end user. For the latter, performance and price are crucial usually, while priorities for enterprises are put differently. Here long-term durability, reliability and constant load performance matter considerably more. Eventually for enterprises it adds up to one question: Which solution is the finest and most sensible for the respective intended purpose?
Toshiba brings the fastest SAS SSD ever to grace the 12Gb/s connection in its PX04S, which tops out over 300,000 IOPS in our testing and comes in capacities up to 3.84TB.
Tom's IT Pro and Tom's Hardware were at the Flash Memory Summit, covering the events and scouring the floor for award-worthy innovations in the non-volatile storage segment.
Toshiba brought its new third-generation PX04S family forward to raise the performance bar for 12 Gbps SAS SSDs. The PX Series offers speeds up to 270,000 read IOPS and 125,000 write IOPS, and a maximum...
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The run-up to the Flash Memory Summit is always a busy time of year for us on the enterprise storage side of Tom's. SSD and storage manufacturers always release their products around the time of the big trade...
Join us as we put Mangstor's MX6300 Enterprise NVMe SSD under the Tom's IT Pro microscope. How does it fare against competing NVMe-based PCIe models?