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How Real-World Numbers Make the Case for SSDs in the Data Center
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Modernizing the enterprise data center to address raging demands for speed, performance, and capacity is a top directive for many IT organizations.

While it's a known fact that upgrading to next-generation flash and solid-state drives (SSDs) can improve IT agility and application performance, the lower cost of legacy hard-disk drives (HDDs) has confined SSD use to only 10% of the data center. But that’s changing.

Don’t guesstimate the benefits of modernization – know them. Support your decisions with accurate, consistent numbers focused on your applications and your workloads. Using public, standardized performance test data helps ensure comparisons are repeatable and verifiable.

Attend this webinar, and you will:
  • Learn how to measure and demonstrate the TCO benefits that SSDs bring to your applications and workloads — price is only half the picture.
  • Hear storage experts from Micron Technology and Forrester Consulting review both direct and indirect costs of enterprise storage technology
  • Discover how you can justify your IT investments with accurate, consistent numbers
  • See how real-world numbers, based on test lab results, can help you make more confident storage purchase decisions.
About the speakers
Norman Forbush
Product Manager, Principle Consultant
Forrester Research

Doug Rollins
Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Enterprise Solid State Drives
Micron Storage Business Unit




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