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ion SR-71mach5 SpeedServer™
All-SSD RAID Server

SR-71mach5 SpeedServer(TM) ion's SR-71mach5 SpeedServer™ is an all-SSD RAID server optimized to deliver more than 1 Million random read IOPS based on fast processors, memory, and network components in a compact, cost-effective, and low-power system. If latency matters to your application, you should consider running that application ON the SR-71mach5 SpeedServer directly or deploying SR-71mach5 file servers. DAS or NAS or SAN?


Your challenge: Build the fastest server possible?

SR-71mach5 SpeedServer More Cores? RAM? NVMe? SSDs? NICs?
  • 24 Intel® Xeon® V4 cores
  • 128GB DDR4 RAM
  • 28TB SSD RAID Storage
  • >1M random IOPS
  • (4) 10Gb Ethernet ports
  • 16-44 Intel® Xeon® V4 cores
  • Up to 1536GB DDR4 RAM
  • Up to 165TB with SSD RAID shelves
  • Up to (8) U.2 NVMe SSDs
  • Up to (14) 10Gb Ethernet ports

The SR-71mach5 SpeedServer makes disk-impossible performance affordable for your data center through the optimized use of SSD RAID and standard high-volume server building blocks from Intel. Yes, this webserver and are both VMs on an SR-71 SpeedServer.

ION's SR-71mach5 SpeedServer is built exclusively with Intel SSDs.
ION's SR-71mach5 SpeedServer starts with an Intel ServerBoard.
In 1998, ION became the first company in the world to qualify as an Intel Authorized Solution Provider, the program now known as Intel Technology Provide, Platinum Member.

The SR-71mach5 SpeedServer as a Windows® Server 2012 R2 file server serving (5) IOmeter clients delivered 166,000 IOPS, 10 GBps, of 64kB random reads with 7 ms average latency.

Design your ultimate server with our SR-71mach5 Configurator.

For a powerful but less expensive 1U all-SSD RAID server, look at the SR-70mach5 SpeedServer.

Hard to believe this performance? Especially at that price? Take the SR-71mach5 SpeedServer for a testdrive!

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