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The solid state drive (SSD) was developed by Toshiba in 1987. SSDs are becoming increasingly popular in computer and other markets ranging from consumer electronics to enterprise and industrial equipment.

Unlike Hard disk drives, which are the more common storage solution used today, SSDs have no moving parts, therefore, SSDs have plenty of advantages: they are exceptionally silent, rugged, durable and reliable, and also offer a smaller, faster and lower power experience.

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