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Increase performance and reliabilty with Samsung Enterprise SSDs Learn more SOLID STATE DRIVES VS.CONSUMER - CLASS DATA CENTER - CLASS Known for their durability, reliability and lightning-fast transactional performance, solid state drives (SSDs) are increasingly being integrated into organizations' data management strategies. But not all SSDs are created equal. distinctions between them, and why you should consider investing in data center-class SSDs to protect your high-value data. Which is right for your organization? Engineered for vastly different performance demands Consumer-class SSDs are designed primarily as replacements for hard disk drives (HDDs) in PCs and are intended for more sporadic use. On the other hand, data center-class SSDs are built to sustain rapid, 24/7 responsiveness. Which type of SSD is right for your environment? Latency increases as workloads increase Generally sit idle, and are built for peak performance with short bursts of speed workload capabilities Lower latency Designed for sustained performance Consumer-class Data center-class Mixed workload I/O Reduced power consumption Built-in power-loss protection Consistent input/output operations @ + - capabilities vary widely Data corruption and loss caused by power outages or overheating can halt business operations. Data centers are Increased risk of data loss or corruption during OS crashes, power failures, and overheating Not designed for 24/7 operation and will drop performance during extended write operations Overprovisioning.


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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Making Cable Smarter With AI, ML, Deep Learning and Automation

December 15, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

Aiming to take advantage of the vast quantities of customer data they collect, cable operators are increasingly adopting artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), deep learning and network automation to improve service delivery, cut operating costs and gain greater insights into their customers. So far, for instance, operators are applying these technologies and techniques to plan their fiber-optic nodes better, run their HFC networks more efficiently and target their video content and ads to customers more effectively.
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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Closing the Rural Digital Divide

August 18, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

With the US government now doling out $9.2 billion from the new Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) to spur broadband deployment in rural areas and much more aid likely on the way from President Biden's infrastructure bill, service providers of all kinds are now angling for a share of the large funding pie.
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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Converging Wireline and Wireless Networks

October 20, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

With the help of 5G mobile technology, fixed-wireless access (FWA) is rapidly emerging as a promising new platform for delivering broadband service to areas that can't be reached cost-effectively by copper, coax or fiber, as well as providing the backbone for 5G service. But combining wired and wireless networks and stacks to achieve true fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) is much more easily said than done.
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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Lowering Latency Levels

November 17, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

With work-from-home collaboration tools emerging as critical during the pandemic and consumers increasingly using bandwidth-eating applications like video conferencing and multi-player online gaming, cable operators and vendors are looking to lower network latency levels to improve the quality-of-experience (QoE) for subscribers. As a result, cable technologists are now working hard on ways to do just that.
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Spotlight

Increase performance and reliabilty with Samsung Enterprise SSDs Learn more SOLID STATE DRIVES VS.CONSUMER - CLASS DATA CENTER - CLASS Known for their durability, reliability and lightning-fast transactional performance, solid state drives (SSDs) are increasingly being integrated into organizations' data management strategies. But not all SSDs are created equal. distinctions between them, and why you should consider investing in data center-class SSDs to protect your high-value data. Which is right for your organization? Engineered for vastly different performance demands Consumer-class SSDs are designed primarily as replacements for hard disk drives (HDDs) in PCs and are intended for more sporadic use. On the other hand, data center-class SSDs are built to sustain rapid, 24/7 responsiveness. Which type of SSD is right for your environment? Latency increases as workloads increase Generally sit idle, and are built for peak performance with short bursts of speed workload capabilities Lower latency Designed for sustained performance Consumer-class Data center-class Mixed workload I/O Reduced power consumption Built-in power-loss protection Consistent input/output operations @ + - capabilities vary widely Data corruption and loss caused by power outages or overheating can halt business operations. Data centers are Increased risk of data loss or corruption during OS crashes, power failures, and overheating Not designed for 24/7 operation and will drop performance during extended write operations Overprovisioning.

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