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NEWS: ⏩ Blocks & Files: ” Graid uses SmartNIC approach to RAID Card for NVMe SSDs”

Graid uses SmartNIC approach to RAID Card for NVMe SSDs
By Chris Mellor -July 22, 2021

Startup Graid has designed a RAID card using a massively multi-core processor designed for AI, and says it can keep up with NVMe SSDs without sucking up host server CPU cycles. Traditional RAID cards use an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) and can handle SAS and SATA disk drives pumping out 200 IOPS and around 150MB/sec of throughput, according to GRAID… [Read the full story here]

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