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NEWS: 📰 Featured In TechBuzz Asia: SupremeRAID™️ SR-1010
This week, GRAID announced the SupremeRAID SR-1010 RAID data center storage card, upgrading to PCIe 4.0 mere months after its PCIe 3.0 predecessor. Like the SR-1000 which launched last October, the new model has a blistering max sequential read speed of 110GB/s, but has doubled its max write speed from 11GB/s to 22GB/s.
The performance of GRAID’s SSDs comes in large part from their unique hardware design. If the picture above looks like a GPU, that’s because it is. The SR-1010 is based on Nvidia’s RTX A2000 workstation graphics card. In addition to granting GRAID’s SSDs more muscle, using GPU technology to power storage lets them process the I/O themselves, bypassing the CPU.