American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small, often brightly colored, aggressive freshwater fish (Betta splendens) native to Malaysia and Thailand that has large fins and tail and is popular in home aquariums.
“Solid-state disks, which lack moving parts and use flash memory like smartphones do, are faster and use less battery power.”
“Solid-state drives will help us regain balance between compute and storage, which will lead to lower overall costs and usher in a new class of applications.”
“Solid-state disks will bring better performance, reducing the number of systems and IT professionals required to do the same job.”
“Solid-state disks will help us regain the balance between storage and compute, so CAPEX per IOPS may well decrease substantially.”
“There are some strict and unusual requirements also, the first being no magnetic or optical media (Solid-state drives only).”
“Solid-state disks, like those in the new ultrabooks or the MacBook Air, generally come in sizes of 128 GB or 256 GB.”
“Solid-state disks, which lack moving parts and use flash memory, are costlier but faster and use less power.”
“Solid-state drives use flash memory instead of spinning disks to store data in servers and PCs.”
“Solid-state digital lighting platforms will provide a wide range of easy-to-use applications with increased and intelligent functionality, like motion sensors, smoke detectors, dimming capabilities and color adaption for starters.”
“Solid-state lighting, or SSL, could be the next big thing in residential lighting.”
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