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Samsung creates a new file system for Linux

Samsung has created a new file system called Linux F2FS or Sweet, “carefully designed” and optimized for use in storage systems with NAND flash memories.

Linux F2FS

Samsung says the new Linux F2FS system is faster than when using existing flash storage devices including appointment SSD solid state drives, eMMC and SD cards.

Greg KH, a leading Linux kernel development, has applauded the Samsung system on its website Google+: “This will be great for the Android-based systems and the development of Linux “.

As we see, Samsung is betting on Linux, most since taking a seat on the board of directors of the Linux Foundation with maximum associative and realize the promise of “Linux boost its commitment to sustain its global leadership position”.

Are we forgetting the ancient Microsoft FAT micro SD of our Android smartphones?