What is SSD?


Solid-state drive, or SSD, is a non-volatile storage device that stores persistent data on an integrated circuit assembly.

Primarily an SSD uses electronic interfaces compatible with traditional block input/output hard disk drives, which permit simple replacements in common applications.

One of the benefits of SSD over HDDs is that they have no moving mechanical components, this makes them more resistant to physical shock, means they run silently, and also have lower access time and lower latency.

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