Solid-state drives (SSDs) have become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional hard-disk drives in recent years. The following two reports explore the global SSD drive and hybrid SSD drive markets.
All desktop computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets have components used for storing data. Known as a hard drive, it's an essential component in all computing devices. In recent years, however, more and more manufacturers have switched from traditional hard-disk drives (HDD) to solid-state drives (SSDs) and hybrid SSD drives. It's an otherwise simple upgrade that can make a world of difference in the speed and performance of a computing device.
Although they've been around for decades, traditional HDDs aren't necessarily the best choice for a computer's data storage needs. The problem with HDDs is that they use magnetic storage technology to save and retrieve data. When you access data on a HHD, the magnetic reader must locate the data, physically, within the storage platters. And depending on the RPM speed of the HHD as well as its storage capacity and other factors, this process can take many seconds to complete, thus lowering the performance of the respective device. SSDs solve this problem by using digital technology to save and retrieve data. Because of these nuances, SSDs are several times faster than their HDD counterparts, making them an excellent choice for computer users seeking blazing-fast speeds.
The Global Solid State Drives (SSD) Sales Market 2018 report by The Market Reports is a professional study of the global SSD market. Featuring 165 pages while covering both current and future prospective scenarios, it offers a detailed look at the market and where it's headed. Within this report, you'll find key information on the SSD market's size, classifications, chain structure, import and export consumption, trends, revenue, costs, growth rate and more.
The Global Solid State Hybrid Drive(SS…y Market Research report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global hybrid SSD drive market. This report covers much of the information listed in the first report, but it focuses specifically on hybrid SSDs. So, what is an SSD hybrid exactly? An SSD hybrid combines elements of both SSDs and HDDS. They typically consist of an HDD as the main storage solution but with a small amount of SSD. Hybrid SSDs offer the perfect balance between HDDs and SSDs. Because they still use HDD technology as the primary storage technology, they remain relatively inexpensive. But they also contain a built-in SSD for fast load times for select programs and data.
Some of the key vendors profiled in this report include Samsung, Sandisk, Plextor, Liteon, Toshiba, Intel, Kingston, Crucial, Transcend, Adata, Runcore, Apacer, Biwin, Netac, Kinspec, Longsys and Tigo.
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