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How do solid State devices work

Solid State storage devices, (SSD) use integrated circuit assemblies to store the
user's data. SSD drives share the I/O interface technology with HDDs in that they can




be instantly accessed just by plugging it in a bringing up the window. Most SSD
devices today…

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NAND-based storage uses floating gate transistors connected in series to store and
access data in a line all in series. This is useful because it allows for very fast access to




data.


















Above, shows a diagram of the inner working of An SSD drive.

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