sonás porteño de Baires por lo de " buenas" y "como es la mano".
Me llamó la atención que acudieras al foro de Intel para preguntar acerca de todas esas otras marcas de SSD.
Yo no entiendo lo que preguntas asi que no puedo ayudar en esto.
Busque en Google y me cruze con esto. Supongo que te habra de constar lo del proprietary software que describe la siiguiente definicion:
Description: Unlike the other RAID levels, RAID 7 isn't an open industry standard; it is really a trademarked marketing term of Storage Computer Corporation, used to describe their proprietary RAID design. (I debated giving it a page alongside the other RAID levels, but since it is used in the market, it deserves to be explained; that said, information about it appears to be limited.) RAID 7 is based on concepts used in RAID levels 3 and 4, but greatly enhanced to address some of the limitations of those levels. Of particular note is the inclusion of a great deal of cache arranged into multiple levels, and a specialized real-time processor for managing the array asynchronously. This hardware support--especially the cache--allow the array to handle many simultaneous operations, greatly improving performance of all sorts while maintaining fault tolerance. In particular, RAID 7 offers much improved random read and write performance over RAID 3 or RAID 4 because the dependence on the dedicated parity disk is greatly reduced through the added hardware. The increased performance of RAID 7 of course comes at a cost. This is an expensive solution, made and supported by only one company.
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