Gentlemen ! We must not allow... a glow in the dark dog gap !
Screw austerity ! All the nation's resources must be committed to achieving parity with those shifty Koreans in glow in the dark tech.
Onward to victory comrades !
6 posts • joined 22 Dec 2008
The demand for hard drives will simply shift from the consumer side to the enterprise side as an ever increasing shift in cloud computing will require massive investment in data center storage. Data has to be stored somewhere. Only difference is, now it will stored in massive data centers instead of user's desktops. Combine that with requirements of geographic mirroring, backups, redundancy for uptime SLAs and what not. And flash isn't going to be cheap enough or reliable enough to handle this workload. So the hard drives are here to stay.
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