Using High Density NAND SSDs to Improve Storage Sustainability [Video]

With 85 to 90 percent of data center storage still on hard disk drives, high density NAND SSDs present a huge sustainability opportunity. The operational impact of hard drives as compared to SSDs are well understood – they consume more space, are more power hungry and, require more cooling. But the sustainability advantages of high density QLC SSDs as compared to HDDs and even TLC SSDs extend beyond those opportunities.

In this presentation given at Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit 2022, Charles Anyimi, Solidigm's VP, Customer Technical Excellence, addresses how storing more data in less space has wide-ranging sustainability benefits.

Using High Density NAND SSDs to Improve Storage Sustainability

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Solidigm is a leading global provider of innovative NAND flash memory solutions. Solidigm technology unlocks data’s unlimited potential for customers, enabling them to fuel human advancement. Our origins reflect Intel’s longstanding innovation in memory products and SK hynix’s international leadership and scale in the semiconductor industry. Solidigm became a standalone U.S. subsidiary under SK hynix in December 2021. Headquartered in San Jose, CA, Solidigm is powered by the inventiveness of more than 2,000 employees in 20 locations around the world. For more information, please visit solidigm.com and follow us on Twitter at @Solidigm and on LinkedIn.

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