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Can Fusion-io Trigger A Meltdown For Hard Drive Makers
Can The Flash-Based ioDrive Redefine Storage Performance? : Can Fusion-io Trigger A Meltdown For Hard Drive Makers?
“Breaking all performance barriers” is what you read when you check out the Fusion-io Web site at www.fusionio.com. We’ve read such statements many times in the past, of course, and they turned out to be true in only a few cases. The device's spec sheet will give you even more enticement: 700 MB/s read throughput, more than 100,000 I/O operations per second—these are numbers that are actually getting close to DRAM performance. Can it be true? We looked at the ioDrive in great detail to find out.
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