disk is so fast that the I/O requests are handled before a long disk queue can build, thus keeping the service times tremendously small.
The three case histories here, two from commercial operations and one from tests in Berstorff's labs, demonstrate just how the corotating, intermeshing twin-screw machine can be modified successfully for solid-state
extrusion and then applied to some unconventional tasks.
Insights gleaned from solid-state
physics also suggest the possibility of a new type of imaging that researchers could use to investigate what is happening inside murky liquids and to determine the strength of metal samples crisscrossed with microscopic cracks.
disks would be SCSI-attached to a single host, which made things very expensive.
disks have been around a long time and have appeared in many different forms under many different names.
When an intelligent solid-state
disk subsystem is added to a SAN, it becomes a shared file caching facility for the application servers attached to the storage network.