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What is the difference between flash arrays and conventional disk arrays?

2017-04-16


Conventional disk arrays are usually deployed with multiple spinning disks that are designed to store data on rotating platters and accessed via mechanical read/write heads.

Unlike conventional disk arrays, flash arrays are built with multiple SSDs. With the benefits of SSDs, flash arrays can provide better performance compared to conventional disk arrays.

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