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Qualcomm announced a year ago that they were the first chipset company to support the Microsoft's Windows Phone platform with its integrated chipset and system software. Microsoft Senior Product Manager, Greg Sullivan stated earlier last week that additional chipset suppliers is "absolutely part of our strategy". No word yet on how the new Nokia, Microsoft partnership is going to affect their current demand.
With Microsoft planning on demand for their Windows Phone 7 platform to increase, the company will need to move beyond Qualcomm, their current supplier
MongoDB has the flexibility, adaptability and extensibility to embrace widely varying data types and rapid design/deployment cycles. Combining MongoDB with our 5100 ECO Enterprise SSD brings amazing results in smaller, simpler deployments compared to legacy storage.
In this technical brief, we compare two MongoDB test clusters, each using the Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) for RAID configuration:
5100 ECO 3-node cluster: Two Micron 5100 ECO (1.92TB) per node configured as a software RAID 0 (LVM)
Virtual, Physical, and Cloud based servers. Each of the three has its own strengths and weaknesses. Each also introduces its own set of issues for data backup and recovery management, business service levels, and costs. Simplifying how data is stored, managed, backed up and recovered across these platforms can bring direct and rapid benefits, without limiting storage choices. It's time for a more rational approach. It's time for a unified solution.