Over the past couple of decades, the solid-state drive has evolved from a very expensive niche-market storage device to a mainstream storage option in client PCs, enterprise servers, and consumer electronics. They come in many different form factors and interfaces, but all have essentially the same architecture. This article digs into the basics of what makes a solid-state drive tick...
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