Solid State Drives5Solid State Drives (SSD) are more expensive than more commonly used disk drives but have no moving parts (thus experiences less wear and are physically more stable and robust against damage), are silent, and have faster access time and less latency (i.e. enjoy better performance) to offset the cost.Samsung SSD1https://media.trustradius.com/vendor-logos/Zb/cg/ATH2JV79O7HF-180x180.JPEGWestern Digital SSD2https://media.trustradius.com/vendor-logos/0E/56/UMGC65A3TPB0-180x180.PNGSanDisk SSD3https://media.trustradius.com/vendor-logos/0E/56/UMGC65A3TPB0-180x180.PNGIntel SSD4https://media.trustradius.com/vendor-logos/Ew/IS/Q672JHANLJ3S-180x180.JPEGIBM SSD5https://media.trustradius.com/vendor-logos/yf/sf/DNSXTG99HOK3-180x180.JPEGHGST SSD6Marvell SSD7https://media.trustradius.com/vendor-logos/Au/Kq/1AX3OB3CXVN8-180x180.JPEG

Solid State Drives

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What are Solid State Drives?

Solid State Drives (SSD) are more expensive than more commonly used disk drives but have no moving parts (thus experiences less wear and are physically more stable and robust against damage), are silent, and have faster access time and less latency (i.e. enjoy better performance) to offset the cost.

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SanDisk solid state drives are available and supported by Western Digital since the 2016 acquisition.

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Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST), a wholly owned subsidiary of Western Digital since 2012, offers solid state drives (SSDs).