Is there any other internal storage technology than RAM that can achieve 1Gigabit or more write performance coupled with concurrent reads?
The use case is the following:
Many (100's) threads capturing IP input and writing to a filesystem , combined IP ingest being in the 1Gbps+ range.
This will be "continuous" write,so i doubt SSD could fit the requirement.
My analysis is that RAM is the only internal device that can cope with this requirement , however i'm not an expert in storage area.
Moreover,Is there any filesystem issues to be aware of ?