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Giga Computing/Gigabyte and Graid Team Up to Set NVMe Standards for Storage

With SupremeRAID SR-1010 and NVMe SSD supported by Gigabyte R Series servers, up to 22GB/s write speeds, and reaching 19 million 4k random read IO/s

Giga Computing, a subsidiary of Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., announced continued collaboration with GRAID Technology, Inc., and the creation of R Series servers to overcome NVMe bottlenecks in storage applications.

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Online shopping, financial trading, editing high-resolution images, and AI-generated content have all become parts of everyday life. Enterprise companies are now developing better server solutions with faster compute speeds, greater energy efficiency, and more secure data protection. The company focuses on the design of computing hardware for Gigabyte servers and works with GRAID Technology to develop integration solutions. Together they have created next-gen servers and NVMe controllers that will become the new standards for RAID across NVMe SSDs.

SupremeRAID SR-1010 RAID card

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Traditional RAID technologies have become a bottleneck for NVMe SSD performance, so GRAID developed the SupremeRAID high-speed RAID card which the firm used to develop a comprehensive solution. The Gigabyte R283-S92 server became the first server to support the SupremeRAID SR-1010 RAID card. In addition, all future R283 and R183 servers will incorporate this optimization and become servers with the highest compatibility for GRAID’s next-gen technologies. After installing SupremeRAID SR-1010, the user simply installs the corresponding driver and software on the OS to activate the virtual controllers on the NVMe SSD, process storage and computing functions, and satisfy the high-performance requirements for all types of workloads.

R283-S92 server front and rear

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Architecture advantages:

  • High NVMe performance: A single server can reach 19 million 4k random read IO/s and a write performance of 22GB/s throughput.
  • Free up CPU resources: Unlike traditional software RAID, it does not take up vast amounts of CPU resources.
  • Overcome traditional RAID card bottlenecks: Due to the company’s server design optimized for PCIe Gen5, R283-S92 supports up to 24 NVMe SSDs and integrates software/hardware to provide high IO/s for high computing performance.
  • Plug and play: The hot swapping hard drive slots for NVMe SSDs use PCIe Gen5 to connect directly to the CPU for optimal NVMe performance.
  • Compatible SCI architecture: The user can use the NVMe-oF protocol to connect to external computing clusters to meet the needs of large-scale cloud data centers.
  • High scalability: The high-scalability storage technologies in SupremeRAID support up to 32 NVMe SSDs and are compatible with SATA, SAS, and NVMe-oF protocols to provide data security and top performance.

The firm continues to work with top companies in the enterprise industry to maximize customer satisfaction with the aim of simplicity to facilitate applications in all types of demanding computing. The high throughput and data consistency requirements for AI model training, scientific computing and inference, and big data analysis can be met with the firm’s R Series flash array servers with the latest next-gen NVMe storage solutions.

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