Solid State Storage Expertly Integrated by Nor-Tech

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Solid state storage (SSS) is a type of non-volatile computer storage that archives and retrieves digital information using only integrated electronic circuits rather than moving magnetic or optical media to store data. This differs from the traditional electromechanical storage which records data using rotating or linearly moving media coated with magnetic material.

Because there are no mechanical parts, SSS is much faster than traditional electromechanical storage and has more consistent input/output times. SSS may take various forms such as solid state drives, solid state cards or solid state modules. Solid state drives (SSDs) deliver faster load times and are lighter and better able to withstand movement and impact. In addition, solid state drives use less energy, allowing computers to run cooler.

Nor-Tech’s engineers have decades of expertise integrating the most sophisticated, complex hardware and software into HPC servers and clusters. Nor-Tech is on CRN’s list of the top 40 Data Center Infrastructure Providers along with IBM, Oracle, Dell, and Supermicro and is also a member of Hyperion Research’s prestigious HPC Technical Computing Advisory Panel. The company is a complete high performance computer solution provider for 2015 and 2017 Nobel Physics Award-contending/winning projects.  Nor-Tech engineers average 20+ years of experience. This strong industry reputation and deep partner relationships also enable the company to be a leading supplier of cost-effective Lenovo desktops, laptops, tablets and Chromebooks to schools and enterprises.  All of Nor-Tech’s high performance technology is developed by Nor-Tech in Minnesota and supported by Nor-Tech around the world. The company is headquartered in Burnsville, Minn. just outside of Minneapolis. Nor-Tech holds the following contracts: Minnesota State IT, GSA, University of Wisconsin System, and NASA SEWP V. To contact Nor-Tech call 952-808-1000/toll free: 877-808-1010 or visit https://www.nor-tech.com.

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