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Supermicro Achieves 1.4 Million IOPS with 1U SuperServer® Equipped with One ioDrive Octal

SAN JOSE, Calif. Feb. 28, 2011 Super Micro Computer, Inc ioDrive Octal Fusion-io SuperServer

The achievement comes as the two companies enter into a new Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) partnership. Fusion-io and Supermicro are teaming to offer Fusion Powered SuperServers® that significantly accelerate data intensive real-time applications, transactional databases and heavy workloads.

Wally Liaw

The initial agreement between the two companies covers three Supermicro SuperServer® models, bringing Fusion’s ioMemory technology to 1U, 2U and 4U form factors. Supermicro will offer Fusion-io’s ioDrive Duo and ioDrive Octal to its customers. By integrating the ioDrive Octal directly into a SuperServer®, enterprise applications are accelerated up to 10 times and beyond, while simultaneously reducing power-per-IOP up to 10 times.

Jim Dawson

The ioDrive product line, available through the Supermicro solution in capacities up to 5.12 TB in the ioDrive Octal, offers Fusion-io’s revolutionary new solid-state ioMemory tier to dramatically increase bandwidth and application performance, reduce latency, and simplify IT infrastructure, while slashing capital and operating costs. Supermicro SuperServers® integrated with ioMemory allows companies to rethink the way they architect data systems to unleash the true potential of their highest performance applications. Using less hardware, less power, and less administration, Fusion-io customers can realize performance gains of several magnitudes, immediately delivering unprecedented return on investment.

Three initial SuperServer models, covering 1U, 2U and 4U form factors are available with Fusion-io drives:

  • 1U: SYS-6016GT-TF
  • 2U: SYS-6026TT-GTRF
  • 4U: SYS-7046A-HRF+

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