The terminology, performance and applications of Solid State Drives can be daunting for those new to SSD’s.
At HomeKit Australia, our aim is to demystify and better understand SSD’s.
You can become an SSD expert and not an SSD newbie by understanding a few key terms and applications in our SSD primer.
Today computer and device users are replacing traditional hard drives and even USB storage with the much faster Solid State Drive options that abound the internet marketplaces.
The world of Solid State Drives or SSD’s can be especially confusing to people new to the technology.
There's various acronyms, numbers and specifications, associated with SSD’s, which at first can be extremely confusing. It is easy to purchase the wrong or incompatible product so read on to better understand the types and terminology associated with Solid State Drives.
SSD’s are composed of millions, even billions, of individual silicon cells that store your data.
So, we need to understand the various cell structures of different SSD's. You might see terms like triple layer or 3D or 4D NAND, so let's understand the differences between each of the types of cells that are at the heart of all SSD’s.
Solid State Drives are often used in conjunction with the Thunderbolt interface.
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