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SupremeRAID™ SR-1010
The World's Fastest NVMe & NVMeoF RAID Card for PCIe Gen 4

Further disrupting the global storage industry, GRAID Technology now offers the world's fastest NVMe and NVMeoF RAID card for PCIe Gen 4, designed to deliver world class data protection while increasing read and write performance —all at world record performance speeds and at a fraction of the lead time.

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19M

IOPS

110GB/s

Throughput

UP TO 100%

SSD Performance

5x

Faster Overall

80%

Cost Savings

SR-1010 Software Specs

Supported RAID Levels

Max Physical Drives

Max Drive Groups

Max Virtual Drives
per Drive Group

Max Drive Group Size

OS Support

RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10

32

4

8

Defined by physical drive size

Linux: Alma Linux 8.5
Rocky Linux 8.5
CentOS 7.9, 8.4, 8.5
openSUSE Leap 15.2, 15.3
RHEL 7.9, 8.4, 8.5
SLES 15 SP2, SP3
Ubuntu 20.04
Windows Server 2019 x86-64
Windows Server 2022 x86-64

SR-1010 Physical Specs

Host Interface

Max Power Consumption

Form Factor

x16 PCIe Gen 4.0

70 W

2.713" H x 6.6" L, Single Slot

Product Weight

306 g

SupremeRAID™ SR-1010 increases read performance to 19 M IOPS and 110GB/s throughput and increases write performance to 1.1 M IOPS and 22 GB/s throughput in RAID 5/6, while maintaining the superior level of data protection our customers have come to expect. 
(Based on Linux RAID5 with 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon Xeon Gold 6338 CPU 32-Core with 2.0GHz x 2)

SR-1010 Specs Linux Environment

OPTIMAL
RAID 5
RAID 6
RAID 10
4k Random Read
19 M IOPS
19 M IOPS
19 M IOPS
4k Random Write
1.5 M IOPS
1 M IOPS
6 M IOPS
1M Sequential Read
110 GB/s
110 GB/s
110 GB/s
1M Sequential Write
22 GB/s
21 GB/s
25 GB/s
REBUILD
RAID 5
RAID 6
RAID 10
4k Random Read
5.5 M IOPS
5.5 M IOPS
9 M IOPS
4k Random Write
1.1 M IOPS
800 k IOPS
5 M IOPS
1M Sequential Read
23 GB/s
24 GB/s
55 GB/s
1M Sequential Write
21 GB/s
21 GB/s
25 GB/s

SR-1010 Specs Windows Environment

OPTIMAL
RAID 5
RAID 6
RAID 10
4k Random Read
2 M IOPS
2 M IOPS
2 M IOPS
4k Random Write
600 k IOPS
450 k IOPS
1 M IOPS
1M Sequential Read
74 GB/s
68 GB/s
70 GB/s
1M Sequential Write
15 GB/s
15 GB/s
35 GB/s
REBUILD
RAID 5
RAID 6
RAID 10
4k Random Read
300 k IOPS
350 k IOPS
2 M IOPS
4k Random Write
500 k IOPS
500 k IOPS
1 M IOPS
1M Sequential Read
21 GB/s
21 GB/s
15 GB/s
1M Sequential Write
12 GB/s
12 GB/s
13 GB/s

Test Environment Specifications | Software: Linux Version: CentOS 8.5; Windows Version: Windows Server 2019 | Hardware: CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 6338 CPU 32-Core with 2.0GHz x 2, Memory: SK Hynix HMA82GR7CJR8N-XN DIMM DDR4 3200 MHz 16GB x 16, SSD: INTEL SSDPF2KX038TZ 3.8TB | RAID Configuration: Random performance based on a drive group with 12 physical drives and 1 virtual drive; sequential performance based on a drive group with 20 physical drives and 1 virtual drive 

World Record Performance

SupremeRAID™ SR-1010 increases read performance to 19 M IOPS and 110GB/s throughput and increases write performance to 1.1 M IOPS and 22 GB/s throughput in RAID 5/6, while maintaining the superior level of data protection our customers have come to expect. 
(Based on Linux RAID5 with 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon Xeon Gold 6338 CPU 32-Core with 2.0GHz x 2)

Flexible &
Future Ready

Unmatched flexibility with features like new O/S support, compression, encryption, thin provisioning, or boot drive protection easily added with software releases

World Record Performance

SupremeRAID™ SR-1010 increases read performance to 19M IOPS and 110GB/s throughput; write performance to 1.5M IOPS and 22GB/s throughput in RAID5/6

Liberate CPU Resources

Free-up precious CPU computing resources for 5G, Ai, or AioT applications,  by offloading your entire RAID computation to  GRAID SupremeRAID™

Plug & Play Capability

Effortless installation, no cabling or motherboard re-layout required

Highly Scalable 
Applications

Easily manage 32 direct attached NVMe SSDs; extend data protection without sacrificing performance SCI

User Friendly Management

GRAID doesn't rely on memory caching technology to improve performance, eliminating the need for battery backup modules