Improving performance of the data center isn’t always about newer servers and bigger bandwidth. One technology that is coming to the forefront essentially takes the temperature of data to determine if its hot – that is, being used frequently – or cold, rarely being accessed.

In such a scenario, data that is deemed to be hot is moved onto a center’s fastest storage units while data that is deemed to be cold is moved onto the slowest storage units.

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