RAID card based on RTX A2000 blows you away with 110GB/s

GRaid Technology has released an upgraded version of its nvme raid solution. The SupremeRAID SR-1010 does not use a standard raid controller but a GPU for heavy calculations. Two modern SSDs are already faster than a usual controller can handle, which means that a lot of potential speed is lost. That is visible in the insanely high speeds mentioned for this card, up to 110 gigabytes per second and 19 million iops.

Where the SR-1000 had a Turing GPU and PCIe 3.0, the new card has an RTX A2000 on board with PCIe 4.0 x16. There is support for up to 32 drives in four groups of eight, with raid 0, 1, 5, 6 and 10. Linux and Windows Server 2019 or 2022 are the compatible operating systems.

The GRaid SR-1000 with an Nvidia T1000

The card comes with 6 or 12GB gddr6 with ecc and has a power consumption of 70 watts. The SR-1010 will be available to businesses on May 1, pricing has not been made public but will almost certainly be out of reach for the average consumer.

Sources: ExtremeTech, StorageReview

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