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Just in time for OCP Summit 2018, Toshiba released new SSDs the Toshiba XD5, HK6-DC and CD5 and its KumoScale NVMeoF solutions.
New Marvell NVMe switches provide functionality to the NVMe domain that we have been lacking such as the ability to transparently RAID NVMe SSDs for more performance or redundancy
We are now seeing NVMe pricing fall below that of SATA pricing in the enterprise space. We expect this trend to continue in the next few quarters
If you wanted to see a technology inflection point, this is it. With 24 inexpensive Intel NVMe SSDs (same $/GB as SATA) we hit over 3M IOPS and 25GB/s reads
There is a new 4x m.2 SSD on a PCIe 3.0 x16 add-in card in town: the Seagate Nytro XP7200 allows for up to 10GB/s transfer speeds
The Radian Memory Systems RMS-325 combines 12GB of NVRAM with up to 12TB of NAND to create a high capacity, low latency and easy to integrate solution
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