128K Sequential Read/Write
The 128K sequential speeds reflect the maximum sequential throughput of the SSD using a realistic file size encountered in an enterprise scenario.
The CloudSpeed 1000E provides an average of 441 MB/s of sequential read speed, below the CloudSpeed 500 and the SM843.
The 1000E provides rock-steady write performance with an average of 437 MB/s, second only to the SM843. Performance is very consistent in comparison to the DC S3500, which has a widely spread performance pattern.
The CloudSpeed 500 still holds the crown for heavy write percentage workloads with sequential data, but the 1000E manages to match, or beat, the rest of the pool in this test.
The 1000E is remarkably consistent, delivering 99% of I/O at 60-80ms, and .72% at 80-100ms.
The CloudSpeed 1000E averages 2.23 Watts during the measurement window.
The 1000E averages 78 MB/s per Watt, the lowest of the test pool.
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