- A gradual process in which something changes into a different and usually better form.
Going forward, more and more applications will be re-designed to automatically take advantage of local memory and flash storage in tandem, which will drive tighter integration of both media than is currently possible. Memory Channel Storage™ (MCS™) represents the next evolution of the high performance SSD, where the memory and Flash subsystem are fused together, delivering new levels of performance, scalability, and integration to future users and application developers.
- A radical change in underlying beliefs or theory.
MCS™ will leverage the unique, high performance attributes of the CPU memory subsystem, to allow applications to seamlessly access data from system memory and flash storage simultaneously with extremely low latency and very high throughput. With MCS™, it will not be necessary to overspend on flash capacity to obtain the highest levels of SSD performance, nor will it be necessary to opt for larger and more expensive equipment that can accommodate the wasteful overprovisioning of real-estate, power, and CPU cores.
- Present, appearing, or found everywhere.
Highly integrated form factors like dense servers and blades are able to accommodate powerful processors and large memory footprints, but many must either go without the benefits of flash or require custom form factors that are generally extremely limited in capacity and/or performance. The MCS™ architecture will solve these issues, and bring the highest level of performance and capacity to all servers equally, allowing users to deploy any range of systems without compromise and fragmentation of capability.
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