Newburyport, MA, USA. USSD 200. The I/O Bandwidth Company. Solid Access Technologies , LLC. USSD 200. Solid Access Technologies, LLC. Agenda. Why Are We Here?. The Storage “Perfect Storm”. Traditional I/O Bottleneck Reduction. Why Solid State Disk?. Why Solid Access USSD?. Green IT.
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The I/O Bandwidth Company
Solid Access Technologies, LLC
Why Are We Here?
The Storage “Perfect Storm”
Traditional I/O Bottleneck Reduction
Why Solid State Disk?
Why Solid Access USSD?
Solid Access Success Examples
“It's so grossly out of whack that for many workloads the disk drive ends up determining what the effective system performance is.”
- Intel’s Knut Grimsrud, Technology and Manufacturing Group Director
Demand for Increased Storage Performance and Capacity
Space Consolidation Mandates
Spiraling Energy Costs for Power and Cooling
How to Reconcile Opposing Directives?
Database and Application Re-design and Tuning
Limited effect; Time consuming; Labor intensive; Costly
Will not help if system is I/O bound
Add more CPU capacity
Complex, Reliability and Scalability Concerns, Vendor Lock In
Costly; Power and space inefficient; May not solve problem
Add more Hard Disk Drives
RAID Caching (HDD or Flash SSD)
70% Hit Rate Limit; Random Reads/Writes Performance Issues; Flash Durability
SSD = Overnight Delivery
Your “Package” (Data) MUST be on time!
HDD = Regular Delivery
Your Data must arrive, but timing not as critical
Tape = Parcel Post
Low cost more important than arrival time
- Fastest Customer Benchmarked Storage Device for DAS, SAN - Multi-Protocol Support for Fibre Channel, SAS and SCSI
- Infiniband, iSCSI (10 Gb/Sec) on Roadmap
- Support for All Major Operating Systems (OS-Agnostic)
- 10 μSecond Access Means Almost Zero Latency
- Two Years In Production with Zero Field Failures
- Same Day I/O Acceleration; No Training Required
- Proven Products/Vendors in Use in IT Servers
- Solid Access’ Added Value in Firmware, not Expensive, Proprietary Hardware Design
Random, Sequential Read/Write at RAM Speed
10 μSecond Access Means Almost Zero Latency
Unmatched I/O Acceleration and Universal Connectivity
Proven Under 24x7x365 Mission Critical Conditions
Two Years In Production with Zero Field Failures
- Confidence Inspiring Mature Technology
- Solid Access Published Pricing Confirms Our Claim
Options Trading Message Capture
SSD Handles 250-320 Million Database Insertions/Trading Day
Expected 907K/Sec OPRA Message Not Possible With HDD
Reduced $15 Million Order Backlog to $0 Almost Overnight
Nuclear Emissions, Water Quality Monitoring
SSD to Handle Huge Concurrent User Spike if Problem Occurs
Solved HDD-related SLA non-compliance issues
Reduced Data Center Server, Power, Cooling, Space Needs
Large Securities Firm Acquires 28 Units
Replaces High End RAID Units for Securities Processing
I/O Bottleneck Resolution Allows Added CPU Capacity
SaaS Performance Enhancement
Slow End User Response Times During Peak User Periods Solved by SSD
5% Client Performance Improvement After 2 Week Consult
40% Additional “Out of the Box” Improvement with SSD
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