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6.4 TB on a single NVMe SSD is pretty impressive!

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The result of Memblaze's transition to PMC controllers is (pardon the pun) blazing speed. The PBlaze4 offers up to 3GB/s of sequential read performance and 2GB/s of sequential write speed. The SSD comes in the slim HHHL form factor and provides up to 780,000/180,000 4K random read/write IOPS. The HHHL form factor models feature a PCIe 3.0 x4 connection and span from 800GB to 3.2TB of capacity. A FHHL model offers up to 6.4TB of capacity, which ups power consumption to 35W, in tandem with a broader PCIe 3.0 x8 connection. This enables top speeds of 3.4 / 2.5GB/s sequential read/write speed and 800,000/250,000 random 4K read/write IOPS.
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http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/memblaze-pblaze4-enterprise-nvme-ssd,2-962.html
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Wicked. I want a $500 2tb NVME drive pretty bad.
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780,000 IOPS. Just amazing.
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