Traditionally thought of as "expensive," evolutions in NAND flash memory technology over the past five years, combined with plummeting flash costs, have made flash easily cost justifiable for a majority of primary storage workloads and driven the rapid adoption of flash in both server- and network-based enterprise storage solutions. This IDC paper from Netapp explores the economic benefits of flash deployment at scale, focusing on the total cost of ownership impacts that this drives.
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