SSD – Solid State Drive


Short for Solid-State Drive or Solid-State Disk, SSD is a drive that uses non-volatile memory as a means of storing and accessing data, much like computer RAM. Unlike a hard drive, an SSD has no moving parts, which gives it advantages such as accessing stored information faster, noiseless operation, higher reliability, and lower power consumption.

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