A high-availability flash storage appliance uses enterprise multi-level cell (eMLC) memory for applications requiring low power and low latency. The RamSan-820 from Texas Memory Systems offers a 24-TB capacity and occupies 1U of rack space. It also mitigates the effects of component faults and will continue to operate in the event of any single component failure. The device is based upon the latest release of the RamSan operating system.
Maximum Bandwidth: 5 GB/s
Read IOPS: 450 K
Write IOPS: 450 K
Typical Power Consumption: 450 W
No single point of failure (SPOF)
Four layers of data correction, including 2D Flash RAIDô
Fully redundant components (providing redundant power, data, and management paths)
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