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Fusion-io ioDrive Memory Card

Fusion-io ioDrive Memory Card

Fusion-io ioDrive




Increase application performance while reducing infrastructure and operating costs


The Fusion-io ioDrive memory tier is a NAND flash-based extension of the server memory hierarchy that offers persistent RAM-like performance with disk-drive-like capacities, all at a fraction of the cost of conventional RAM or SAN solutions.

  • 3-10X infrastructure consolidation: Slash infrastructure expenditures, maintenance overhead, power and cooling costs
  • 3-10X application performance: Eliminate I/O bottlenecks to dramatically accelerate applications and databases
  • Enterprise reliability: Advanced ECC, N+1 chip-level parity, longest life/predictable wear-out, no volatile DRAM

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  ioDrive Capacity
640GB* (Duo)
160GB*
NAND Type
MLC (Multi Level Cell)
SLC (Single Level Cell)
Read Bandwidth (64kB)
1.0 GB/s
770 MB/s
Write Bandwidth (64kB)
1.5 GB/s
750 MB/s
Read IOPS (512 Byte)
196,000
140,000
Write IOPS (512 Byte)
285,000135,000
Mixed IOPS (75/25 r/w)
138,000
123,000
Read Latency (512 Byte)
29 μs
26 μs
Write Latency (512 Byte)
2 μs
2 μs
Bus Interface
PCI-Express x4 / x8 or PCI Express 2.0 x4
PCI-Express x4
  Operating Systems
64-Bit Microsoft Server 2003/2008, 64-Bit Microsoft Windows Win7, RHEL 4/5, SLES 10/11, OEL v4/v5

  Chassis
640GB* (Duo)
160GB*
Form Factor
Full height, Half length PCI Express 2.0
Low profile PCI Express x4 slot (spec 1.1)
Connectivity
PCI Express electromechanical spec 2.0
PCI Express x4 (electromechanical spec 1.1)
Power
PCI Express power spec 2.0
PCI Express x4 (power spec 1.1)
  Environmental Specifications
Temperature:
Operating: 0° to 55°C (32° to 131°F)
Non-Operational: -40° to 70°C (40° to 158°F)
Air Flow (LFM) : 300

Relative humidity:
Operating: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Altitude:
Operational: 3048m (10,000 ft) (Max)
Non-Operational: 9144m (30,000 ft) (Max)

Note: Temperate derated 1 C per 1000 ft elevation above sea level

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