"The figures it achieves are dizzying, to the aforementioned 110 GB/s and 19 million sequential and random read IOPS, up to 1,500,000 random write IOPS and 22,000 MB/s (22 GB/s) of sequential write in RAID 5 mode."
Antonio Delgado for Geeknetic.es, April 28, 2022 (Read It Here)
110,000 MB/S and 19,000,000 IOPS of sequential and random read speeds respectively, those are the impressive figures that the new SupremeRAID™ SR-1010 GRAID SSD will handle , leaving behind any other SSD we have seen so far.
What's the trick to getting these speeds? GRAID has created an SSD drive that is actually a set of SSDs running in RAID 5, RAID 6 or RAID 10 in a dual slot PCI Express 4.0 X16 card form factor. Nothing more and nothing less than a maximum of 32 NVMe SSDs is capable of supporting
As if that were not enough, the one in charge of managing this bandwidth is none other than a GPU, specifically an NVIDIA RTX A2000 with Ampere architecture and PCI Express 4.0.
The figures it achieves are dizzying, to the aforementioned 110 GB/s and 19 million sequential and random read IOPS, up to 1,500,000 random write IOPS and 22,000 MB/s (22 GB/s) of sequential write in RAID 5 mode. In RAID 10 mode, write speeds increase to 6 million IOPS for random writes and 25 GB/s for random writes.
The GRAID SupremeRAID SR-1010 will go on sale on May 1, contact graidtech.com for details.
About GRAID Technology
GRAID Technology is headquartered in Silicon Valley, California with an office in Ontario, CA, and an R&D center in Taipei, Taiwan. Named one of the Ten Hottest Data Storage Startups of 2021 by CRN, GRAID SupremeRAID™ performance is breaking world records as the first NVMe and NVMeoF RAID card to unlock the full potential of your SSD performance: a single SupremeRAID™ card delivers 16 million IOPS and 110GB/s of throughput. For more information on GRAID Technology, visit www.graidtech.com or connect with us on Twitter or LinkedIn.