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NEWS: ⏩ Graid Technology SupremeRAID™️ SR-1010 Featured in Hardware Cooking: a 110 GB/s “SSD” based on a GPU

Graid SupremeRAID SR-1010: an extraordinary SSD that looks like a graphics card
To achieve this, the company uses a PCIe 4.0 x16 card that groups several NVMe PCie 1.4 SSDs mounted on a RAID array. But the company also uses the NVIDIA RTX A2000 graphics card GPU to improve overall performance and free up the CPU from I/O processing. With these speeds of 110,000 MB/s read and 22,000 MB/s write, Graid Technology also announces a 4K random read of 19,000,000 IOPS and a write of 1,500,000. This rather special product can be equipped with up to 32 NVMe SSDs and supports different RAID modes: RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, and 10. The announced consumption is 70W (necessarily with the GPU of the RTX A2000). Also note that this SR-1010 is supported by Windows Server 2019 and 2022 systems, but also by most versions of UNIX.

Featured in HardwareCooking.fr

Graid SupremeRAID SR-1010: an extraordinary SSD that looks like a graphics card

We don’t know the price of this great SSD yet, but it will launch on May 1st through GRAID’s authorized resellers or OEM partners, so we’ll have the price very soon. But do not expect a good price given the capabilities and technologies used.

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