What is Intel Rapid Storage

Rapid Storage Technology is a storage technology introduced by Intel in its
Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) controller chips that allow the drive to support
faster access times, higher capacities, and lower power requirements. The
technology is essentially an update to the SATA standard that was first released
in 2001.
A combination of technologies, including the Serial Attached SCSI (SAS)
standard and the new NVMe standard, has made the combination of storage
devices fast, reliable, and small in size. In other words, Rapid Storage
Technology makes it even more of a necessity for any business that likes to store
a lot of data and needs high-performance storage at a low price.
What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology?

Intel Rapid Storage Technology (or RST) is a storage technology that was first
released in 2004.
As the name suggests, RST is an addition to the SATA standard that adds new
features, like support for low-latency and high-speed storage. Among other
things, the technology provides higher capacity and lower power requirements.
A combination of technologies, including the Serial Attached SCSI (SAS)
standard and the new NVMe standard, has made the combination of storage
devices fast, reliable, and small in size.

What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology?

In simple terms, RST is a faster and more efficient way of doing things. It allows
to transfer of data between devices, like a hard drive and a computer, more
quickly and with less power consumption. It also allows for greater scalability and
more flexible demand planning, since less drive space is required for the same
number of data transfers.
It is important to note that RST does not increase the size of a drive; it simply
boosts the performance.

What is SATA?

SATA, short for Serial ATA, is a data storage technology developed by Hitachi,
Micron, and Samsung among others. The SATA standard was first released in
1998 and is still the de facto standard for hard drive and solid-state drive
manufacturers.
The SATA standard defines a data transfer interface that is similar to how USB
and Firewire differ, but simpler and more flexible. The SATA standard defines
eight speeds for data transfers: 7200RPM, 5400RPM, 3.0G, HDCP, SATA
Express, and SATA Ultra ATA.
It is important to note that most of the performance increase achievable with RST
is achieved by using the higher-speed versions of the SATA standard.

What is SAS?

SAS is a variation of the SATA standard developed by SiliconRandom for
computer storage array systems. The standard was first released in 2000 and
evolved from the original SATA standard. It is similar to SATA in that it defines a
data transfer interface that is similar to how USB and Firewire differ, but simpler
and more flexible.
However, unlike SATA, SAS defines five-speed grades, including UltraSas,
which is the highest speed possible on a SATA drive. Even though most high-
end drives support UltraSas, most enterprise storage systems only use the basic
SATA speed.
SAS is not only used by computer systems; it is also used in many storage
systems, like SANs.

What is NVMe?

NVMe is a new storage technology developed by Intel and Micron. The name is
an acronym for Next-Generation. The NVMe standard defines a new interface
type that is both higher speed and more power-efficient than SATA.
Unlike SATA, NVMe allows drives to store data at higher capacities and faster
rates. These higher-capacity drives can also transfer data at higher rates, which
can improve the overall performance of a system.
The NVMe interface is quickly becoming the de facto standard for high-speed
computer storage.

Benefits of Rapid Storage Technology

The main benefit of RST is flexibility. With RST, users can choose between
different storage technologies, such as SATA and SAS, as well as between
devices with different tiers of performance, such as drives with low performance
and high-speed drives with high-end features.

How to Access and Manage your Data with Rapid
Storage Technology

Once the technology is enabled in a system, managing data access and
distribution becomes much easier.
Just like with any other type of device, users can remotely access and manage
their devices using a computer or smartphone. This can improve efficiency by
providing a concise and centralized location for users to manage their storage
systems.

Conclusion

According to the NPD Group, in the year 2020, the global data storage market
will grow at a rate of 6.2 percent, while revenue will increase by 5.6 percent. In
other words, data storage is a very lucrative market. With the growth of data
analytics and the Internet of Things, we will see an increase in demand for
storage systems.

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their devices using a computer or smartphone. This can improve efficiency by
providing a concise and centralized location for users to manage their storage


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For these reasons, system integrators, system manufacturers, and storage
software developers must work together to meet this growing demand.
Also Read: What is a Backplane? How Does It Work and What are the Benefits
of a Backplane in a System?
The article has been excerpted from the book “The Storage Puzzle” (ISBN 978-
1-5040-8582-5), published by Quelling Publishing.
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