Do SSD's need defragging? I would assume they don't. If so, what will happen to software companies like Diskeeper, Raxco, etc?
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No they do not. For NAND based SSD's it's is recommended you do not defrag, because you may shorten the lifespan (limited re-writes)
SSD's won't have large market penetration for a few years still, simply due to cost/GB
But I wouldn't invest in any Raxco or Diskeeper stock
Working on the database side of things, I've kept a eye on this segment of storage for the last couple of years. Found this for some interesting reading in reference to your topic:
http://forums.storagereview.net/index.php?s=cd93524ddd5c7cb954c3a2b4faca050b&showtopic...28&mode=linearHave a good one,
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