SanDisk ExtremeFFS: 100x faster SSDs

SanDisk said it has developed a way to eliminate one of the few performance bottlenecks of solid-state drives. A new flash file system known as ExtremeFFS uses a page-based method that no longer ties the logical location of data on the drive to its physical space. Instead, it dynamically writes and alters the position of data […]

SanDisk said it has developed a way to eliminate one of the few performance bottlenecks of solid-state drives. A new flash file system known as ExtremeFFS uses a page-based method that no longer ties the logical location of data on the drive to its physical space. Instead, it dynamically writes and alters the position of data based on where it would be most efficient as well as the user's own habits.

Source:→ Electronista