February 2023 - Burlywood, Inc.

February 2023

Consumer-grade NAND is Now Optimal Solution

Burlywood’s FlashOS™ Drives SSD Industry Transformation: Consumer-grade NAND is now the Optimal Solution for Data Centers

LONGMONT, CO, February 21, 2023 – Burlywood achieves industry sought after breakthrough in endurance with a 3x advantage over leading data center competitors. FlashOS™ 2.0. enables the use of low cost, cTLC (consumer-grade Triple-level Cell) NAND in mainstream data center applications and greatly expands the use cases for QLC (Quad Level Cell). NAND is the dominating […]

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Ask ChatGPT

We Asked ChatGPT “What causes latency in SSDs?”

Burlywood CEO Mike Jones continued to explore ChatGPT’s knowhow on Data Center Storage and SSDs. He asked, “What causes latency in SSDs?” Here’s how ChatGPT answered. What do you think? We say well said. ChatGPT: “There are several factors that can contribute to latency within solid-state drives (SSDs). Some common causes of latency within SSDs

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We asked ChatGPT “What are the major causes of data center storage latency?”

ChatGPT is being herald as a revolutionary AI knowledge source. So, what does ChatGPT have to say about Data Center storage and SSDs? Our CEO Mike Jones asked, “What are the major causes of data center storage latency?” and here’s what ChatGPT answered: ChatGPT: “There are several factors that can contribute to latency in a

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Server Room

Why Your Concerns about Data Center SSDs are Justified: Can You Trust the Benchmarks?

Today, SSDs (Solid-State Drives) are mainstream, and systems and applications have advanced, demanding much more from them. These increasing demands have turned the tables where the HDD (Hard Disk Drive) infrastructure has become obsolete and a hindrance. The replacement technologies like PCIe (peripheral component interconnect express) and NVMe (nonvolatile memory express) have exposed major issues with SSDs as they approach their limits in performance and latency under complex workloads.

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