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Hyperscalers are looking to evolve and redefine the use of Flash in their data centers. What is needed to accelerate this trend are tools that leverage the native speed and flexibility of Flash, coupled with the ease of software-defined storage.

Software-Enabled Flash (SEF) technology supports this emerging paradigm by fundamentally redefining the relationship between the host and solid-state storage. Software-Enabled Flash technology consists of purpose-built, media-centric Flash hardware focused on hyperscaler requirements, with an open source API and libraries to provide the functionality hyperscalers demand.

The Software-Enabled Flash Project is an open source community focused on Software-Enabled Flash (SEF) technology which supports an emerging paradigm by fundamentally redefining the relationship between the host and solid-state storage. It is a global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation.

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