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In the late 1980s Zitel, Inc., offered a family DRAM based SSD products, under the trade name "RAMDisk," for use on systems by UNIVAC and Perkin-Elmer, among others.In 1991, San Disk Corporation (then Sun Disk) shipped the first SSD, a 20 MB solid state drive (SSD) which sold OEM for around

In the late 1980s Zitel, Inc., offered a family DRAM based SSD products, under the trade name "RAMDisk," for use on systems by UNIVAC and Perkin-Elmer, among others.In 1991, San Disk Corporation (then Sun Disk) shipped the first SSD, a 20 MB solid state drive (SSD) which sold OEM for around $1,000.Enterprise flash drives (EFDs) are designed for applications requiring high I/O performance (IOPS), reliability, energy efficiency and, more recently, consistent performance.In most cases, an EFD is an SSD with a higher set of specifications, compared with SSDs that would typically be used in notebook computers.It was used by IBM in a Think Pad laptop as HDD replacements for the military and aerospace industries, as well as for other mission-critical applications.

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In the late 1980s Zitel, Inc., offered a family DRAM based SSD products, under the trade name "RAMDisk," for use on systems by UNIVAC and Perkin-Elmer, among others.

In 1991, San Disk Corporation (then Sun Disk) shipped the first SSD, a 20 MB solid state drive (SSD) which sold OEM for around $1,000.

Enterprise flash drives (EFDs) are designed for applications requiring high I/O performance (IOPS), reliability, energy efficiency and, more recently, consistent performance.

In most cases, an EFD is an SSD with a higher set of specifications, compared with SSDs that would typically be used in notebook computers.

It was used by IBM in a Think Pad laptop as HDD replacements for the military and aerospace industries, as well as for other mission-critical applications.

These applications require the exceptional mean time between failures (MTBF) rates that solid-state drives achieve, by virtue of their ability to withstand extreme shock, vibration and temperature ranges.

,000.Enterprise flash drives (EFDs) are designed for applications requiring high I/O performance (IOPS), reliability, energy efficiency and, more recently, consistent performance.In most cases, an EFD is an SSD with a higher set of specifications, compared with SSDs that would typically be used in notebook computers.It was used by IBM in a Think Pad laptop as HDD replacements for the military and aerospace industries, as well as for other mission-critical applications.

A few users have reported that although nothing else worked, using Lion finally fixed the problems they’d been having with their cursor.

The term was first used by EMC in January 2008, to help them identify SSD manufacturers who would provide products meeting these higher standards.



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