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Flash Memory Integration Performance and Energy Issues von Boukhobza, Jalil (eBook)

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Flash Memory Integration

4 zettabytes (4 billion terabytes) of data generated in 2013, 44 zettabytes predicted for 2020 and 185 zettabytes for 2025. These figures are staggering and perfectly illustrate this new era of data deluge. Data has become a major economic and social challenge. The speed of processing of these data is the weakest link in a computer system: the storage system. It is therefore crucial to optimize this operation. During the last decade, storage systems have experienced a major revolution: the advent of flash memory.

Flash Memory Integration: Performance and Energy Issues contributes to a better understanding of these revolutions. The authors offer us an insight into the integration of flash memory in computer systems, their behavior in performance and in power consumption compared to traditional storage systems. The book also presents, in their entirety, various methods for measuring the performance and energy consumption of storage systems for embedded as well as desktop/server computer systems. We are invited on a journey to the memories of the future.

Ideal for computer scientists, featuring low level details to concentrate on system issues
Tackles flash memory aspects while spanning domains such as embedded systems and HPC
Contains an exhaustive set of experimental results conducted in the Lab-STICC laboratory
Provides details on methodologies to perform performance and energy measurements on flash storage systems

Jalil Boukhobza is a lecturer at the University of Western Brittany, France in the Lab-STICC CNRS laboratory and a researcher at the bcom Institute of Research and Technology. His research focuses on the integration and performance of storage systems


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 266
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780081011584
    Verlag: Elsevier Reference Monographs
    Größe: 16782 kBytes
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