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Thursday, June 05, 2014
New Fusion-io Atomic Series Promises High Performance and Optimized Efficiency


Fusion-io today announced Atomic Series, the newest flash memory platform for appliance and server environments.

The Atomic Series is based on the third generation Fusion-io memory-based architecture and promises to deliver much higher performance than typical SSDs in a fraction of the space.

 

These new products have large capacities of up to 6.4TB in a single device, versus 3.2TB on the previous generation.

In adition, Fusion-io has worked with vendors of database, virtualization, big-data and virtual desktop software to make the new ioMemory products further accelerate those applications.

The new ioMemory cards bring data directly into servers through high-speed PCIe connections to the motherboard. The company's engineers have designed those cards to act like memory, not storage. Their flash controller and software, developed in house, handle the solid-state media in ways that reduce latency and help accelerate applications.

Fuson-io offers its customers two choices, at least for now: the ioMemory PX600 and the ioMemory SX600. Both PX and SX models are based on MLC (Multi Level Cell) NAND, feature PCI-Express 2.0 x8 interfaces and are backed by 3 and 5 years of warranty, respectively.

They are available now, with prices set by Fusion-io's resellers and server partners, including Cisco, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, IBM and SuperMicro.

Below you see the details:

ioMemory SX300 Atomic Series
ioMemory PX600 Atomic Series
Model Number
1300
1600
3200
6400
1000
1300
2600
5200
Usable Capacity
1,250 GB
1,600 GB
3,200 GB
6,400 GB
1,000 GB
1,300 GB
2,600 GB
5,200 GB
NAND Type
MLC (Multi Level Cell)
Read Bandwidth (GB/s)
2.6
2.7
Write Bandwidth (GB/s)
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.5
1.7
2.2
2.1
Ran. Read IOPS (4k)
195,000
195,000
215,000
180,000
196,000
235,000
330,000
276,000
Ran. Write IOPS (4k)
285,000
300,000
285,000
320,000
370,000
375,000
Read Access Latency
92µs
Write Access Latency
15µs
Bus Interface
PCI-Express 2.0 x8
Endurance (PBW)
4
5.5
11
22
12
16
32
64
Form Factor
Low Profile
Standard Height, Half-Length
Low Profile
Standard Height, Half-Length
Warranty
3 years or maximum endurance used
5 years or maximum endurance used
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows 2008 R2 SP1
RHEL 5/6; SLES 11; OEL 5/6; CentOS 5/6; Debian Squeeze; Ubuntu 12/13
Solaris 11.1/11 x64; Solaris 10 U11 x64
VMware ESXi 5.0/5.1/5.5, Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V, Windows Server 2012 R2 with Hyper-V

Environmental Specifications

    Min Max
Temperature Operational 0?C 55?C
Non-operational -40?C 70?C
Power Requirements     21 W
Air Flow (LFM)   300  
Humidity (%) Non-condensing 5 95
Altitude (ft) Operational -1,000 10,000
Non-operational -1,000 30,000




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