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Who let the flash out? Comay with 1.6TB on the BladeDrive E28!

We are just finishing the evaluation of the monster 1.6 TB Comay BladeDrive E28 PCIe SSD, and wanted to share some desktop-background worthy shots of a ton of Toshiba NAND. This is typical 19nm Toshiba MLC Toggle, in concert with 8 x LSI SandForce SF-2581 controllers. This beast is destined for enterprise workloads and there is also a 3.2 TB version available.


So what does 1.6 TB of flash get you? 3,400 MB/s in sequential read, 3,200 MB/s of sequential write, and over 520,000 random read IOPS. Sprinkle in 440,000 random write IOPS and this PCIe SSD can handle the most demanding workloads.


Look to these pages soon for the full evaluation!


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