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SR-71mach6 SpeedServer™ ion's all-SSD Server

ion's SR-71mach6 SpeedServer™ is an all SSD server optimized to deliver well more than 1 million IOPS performing random reads. The SpeedServer is built on the latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors with the fastest memory and server NICs in a compact, cost-effective, and low-power system.

SR-71mach6 SpeedServer(TM)
  • Design your ultimate storage servers based on SSD RAID with our SR-71mach6 Configurator.
  • For a powerful but more affordable 1U all-SSD RAID server, look at the SR-70mach6 SpeedServer.
  • ion SR-71mach6 SpeedServer is based on Intel® Data Center SSDs or Optane 905P SSDs
  • Intel® Flash SSDs are over-provisioned by ion for greater endurance and better random write performance.
  • ion SR-71mach6 SpeedServer is only offered with Intel SSDs which feature an Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER) of 1 sector per 1017 bits read.

"All-Flash Array, or AFA"? Well, not exactly. All SSD, yes, but ion's SR-71mach6 SpeedServer™ can be configured with both Intel® DC Flash SSDs and/or Intel® Optane SSDs based on 3D XPoint technology. More importantly, ion's SR-71mach6 SpeedServer™ is a server. Software like Open-E JovianDSS or Microsoft® Windows® Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) can present the server as a storage resource, but it can also be a server running the operating system of your choice with no secret sauce. Or VMware® vSAN can provision the SR-71mach6 SpeedServer as a hyper-converged appliance. If the requirement is for a server with tiered storage performance, any or all of those technologies can be combined for an optimum mix of performance and capacity. No fabric can deliver latency as low as a direct NVMe connection to your storage. DCIG suggests that "Any organization that has yet to adopt an all-flash storage infrastructure for all active workloads is operating at a competitive disadvantage."

What would an All-SSD server do for the performance of your database? An All-SSD Windows File Server? Or, an All-SSD Open-E JovianDSS storage server? Considering other products? Have those manufacturers EVER had a profitable year?

Sure, you can still deploy servers with spinning rust. But why? Pretend for a moment that the performance of an all-SSD server - very high IOPS, very low latency and amazing bandwidth - is of no value to your organization. What is the value of the higher reliability of SSDs? What tolerance does your organization have for downtime? For slow RAID rebuilds? SR-71mach6 SpeedServer is built entirely with SSD, using RAID, to produce a storage server of very high reliability. SpeedServer? StorageServer? SR-71mach6 is a server, SSD-optimized for the highest performance possible.

Contact ion to take the SR-71mach6 SpeedServer for a testdrive!
ION SR-71mach6 SpeedServer is built exclusively with Intel SSDs.
ION SR-71mach6 SpeedServer starts with an Intel ServerBoard.
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SR-71mach4 SSD RAID 10 Summary Spinning Rust, (3) 8xHDD RAID 10
3 x 2395GB SSD RAID 10, NTFS  
IOPS
 
MBps
Latency,
(ms)
RAID5
IOPS
Queue=64
MBps
Latency,
(ms)
256kB Sequential Write,Q=8 9,383 2,346 15.34
64kB Random Write,Q=8 25,867 1,617 5.57 2,858 179 268
 64kB Random Read,Q=8 125,439 7,840 1.15 3,887 243 197
 32kB Random Read,Q=8 191,722 5,991 0.75
 16kB Random Read,Q=8 280,860 4,388 0.51 4,431 69 173
  8kB Random Read,Q=8 439,536 4,434 0.33 4,507 35 170
  4kB Random Read,Q=8 620,032 2,422 0.23 4,561 18 168
         8kB OLTP,Q=8 277,659 2,169 0.52 3,891 30 197
        64kB OLTP,Q=8 59,258 3,704 2.43
         Web Server,Q=8 323,152 4,942 0.44 3,616 55 211
IOmeter report November 2013 IOmeter report

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