10 Applications that Should Transition from HDD to QLC SSD

Posted by Amanda @ Edge on Aug 27, 2019 3:58:49 PM

If your current HDD workload is responsible for reading data over 80% of the time and relies on random reads and sequential writes, it’s time to consider upgrading to QLC NAND technology.  The main focus here is on performance-sensitive, read-intensive applications that would benefit from having faster capacity for less, meaning the ability to process and read information instantly – a major concern for a number of applications in today’s data space! This key performance improvement makes Micron’s 5210 a solid replacement for the following HDD operations:

  • AI/ML/DL Data Lakes
  • Edge Analytics
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Object Stores
  • Cloud Services
  • SQL Databases
  • NoSQL Databases
  • CDN
  • vSAN Capacity Tier
  • Financial Regulatory & Compliance Storage

What to Expect:

  • Faster Performance
  • Instant Access
  • Increased Reliability
  • Increased Storage
  • Same Interface
  • Low TCO

If you're ready to accelerate your real-time streaming, analytics, AI, or related data center application, read more about what the Micron 5210 has to offer.

Topics: Micron, Memory, SSDs