- November 2, 2015 at 9:12 pm #71336Lil’ ½ DeadMember
Samsung has been on an announcement streak with its 3D NAND-infused enterprise SSD products, including a new PCIe SSD and a 15.63 TB SSD. The company has its PM1725 SSD on display here at Dell World in Austin. The PM1725 was previously announced at the Flash Memory Summit, but this is the first time Samsung displayed its newest speedster on the track.
Samsung’s display highlighted the PM1725 pulling down over 6.2 GBps with a sequential workload (128K, QD32). To put this in perspective, this exceeds the top speed we recorded with the PMC Flashtec NVRAM drive, which feeds data directly out of DDR3 DRAM.
We are never satisfied with a single workload. After commandeering the server (with permission of course, ahem) we switched the test over to 4K random read. With a single worker, we recorded over 1,000,000 IOPS (yes, 1 million) with a 4K random read workload. This is the highest performance we have ever recorded with a single SSD, including other bleeding edge PCIe models.
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