Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your computer could “learn” your computer habits, such that it can actually improve your user experience
? For example, if your PC could magically learn that you launch Outlook every morning and browse to your home page(s), it would make your e-mail database instantly available and make the home page(s) load faster.
This is possible with the read acceleration technology in RAPID mode, which leverages spare system DRAM and CPU resources to manage a cache of “hot data”. System performance is improved when this hot data is automatically stored in memory such that future requests for that data can be served directly from DRAM, rather than going to the storage device. This improves the latency and throughput for the most active data, and directly improves daily user experience.