GRAID Technology Launches NVMe SSD for Datacentre

DQW Bureau
05 Jul 2021
GRAID Technology Launches NVMe SSD for Datacentre

GRAID Technology has announced the launch of GRAID SupremeRAID, a NVMe SSD card which is said to deliver 100% available SSD performance, offering a new way for enterprise data centers to achieve NVMe SSD or NVMeoF performance without sacrificing data security or business continuity.

Designed for a modern software composable environment, GRAID Technology's disruptive solution protects direct-attached flash storage as well as storage connected via NVMe over Fabrics (NVMeoF), with proven performance. Industry leaders Gigabyte and Kioxia are some of the first to offer GRAID Technology's solution to global enterprise datacentre customers.

As NVMe SSD quickly becomes the new standard for storage infrastructure, a challenge arises for datacentre storage infrastructure design: the industry requires a future-ready solution to deliver NVMe SSD performance without sacrificing data security or business continuity. Now, with proven performance tests and partnerships with global industry leaders, GRAID SupremeRAID removes the traditional RAID performance bottleneck and delivers world-record performance, comprehensive data protection, unmatched flexibility, at the lowest TCO on the market.

"GRAID Technology is proud to partner with Kioxia and GIGABYTE to unveil the next generation of NVMe server, storage and data protection technology, capable of delivering industry leading performance for the future of 5G AI and IoT workloads," says Leander Yu, CEO of GRAID Technology.

Daniel Hou, VP of Networking and Communication at GIGABYTE, states, "With each generational leap there are more demanding workloads that require fast throughput from storage solutions. GIGABYTE has partnered with GRAID Technology and Kioxia to develop industry leading performance for Gen 4 NVMe SSDs showcased in R282-Z94, that deliver blazing fast performance in a storage dense 2U chassis."

Flexible & Future Ready  
Optimized for SCI (Software Composable Infrastructure) means unmatched flexibility and automation capabilities with NVMeoF support

Liberate CPU Resources    
Offload your entire RAID computation to the GRAID card to free-up precious CPU computing resources for 5G, AI and AIoT applications

Plug & Play    
Effortless installation, no cabling or motherboard re-layout required

Highly Scalable    
Easily add features like compression, encryption, or thin provisioning; or use for computational storage

Easy to Use    
Unlike traditional hardware RAID systems, GRAID SupremeRAID does not rely on memory caching technology to improve performance, eliminating the need for battery backup modules.

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