Are Hybrid Drives Finally Coming of Age? – Single-User
Hybrid Disk Drives, the combination of a standard hard disk drive and NAND flash, were introduced in 2007 to an unreceptive market, so why are they making a resurgence today?
This technology, which was well conceived but poorly implemented in its first generation, has now been implemented correctly and promises to sweep the PC hard drive market.
Objective Analysis’ Hybrid Disk Drive study explains hybrid drive technical principals, its potential market, competing technologies, and how the NAND market, the PC market, the SSD market, and the HDD market will all be impacted by this new twist on an old technology.
Readers will gain an understanding of all sides of the Hybrid Drive market, and will learn strategies to participate in the market.
The 54-page study is based upon interviews with manufacturers of HDDs, NAND flash, hybrid drives and software, along with a solid understanding of computer architecture and data storage techniques. Twenty figures graphically illustrate important concepts and forecasts, and five tables give forecasts and other information.
The single-user license allows one electronic copy to be stored on a PC, and up to three print copies to be circulated within a single department.
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