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Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD

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Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD  

Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD

 

Memblaze has just announced their latest behemoth of an SSD with an 8TB capacity. Meet the Eblaze4 the flagship SSD of Memblaze, one of the largest PCIe SSD suppliers in the Chinese market, if not the world.

The release of the EBlaze4 is part the introduction of some of the first Memblaze products into the North American and European markets. This PCIe SSD comes in the standard HHHL form factor and also is available in a 2.5" design.


Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD  Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD   

 

The new EBlaze4 has a feature set geared specifically for SDS and hyperscale environments. The EBlaze4 provides greater control through customization and programmability that manages the device down to a granular level. Users can tailor certain functions, such as garbage collection and wear levelling, to preferred settings, tying them closely to application requirements.

 

Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD

 

 

The EBlaze4 several varieties, the 500, 700, and 900 Series and sports the NVMe interface. The 500 and 700 Series offer up to 3.6 and 3.2TB of capacity respectively with sequential readsa nd writes of 2.5/1.8 GBps on a PCIe 3.0 x4 connection.

The 500 Series offers 500,000/40,000 read/write IOPS, and the 700 offering a larger 500,000/150,000 read/write IOPS. The flagship 900 Series brings a colossal 8.0TB on a single device with simply amazing sequential speeds of 4.5/2.5 GB/s read/write. 

The Eblaze4 900 Series delivers a whopping 900,000 random read IOPS, beating even the fastest PCIe offerings from other manufacturers. Random write speed is equally impressive at 250,000 IOPS. The Eblaze4 900 Series could also be the first PCIe SSD that utilizes a x8 PCIe 3.0 connection. 

 

Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD

 

Memblaze is easily one of the largest PCIe SSD manufacturer flying under the radar of us in the US and European markets. In China they are the #1 PCIe SSD vendor.

China is undergoing massive developments in the datacenter segment, and they aren't settling for normal scale datacentres, bringing about some of the most refined hyperscale datacenters being built today. Memblaze has capitalized on this emerging market with 60% of the total market share. They will have shipped over 6PB of storage by the end of this year, and expects that number to grow as they enter the US andEuropean markets over the coming years.

 

 Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD Memblaze debuts 8TB EBlaze4 PCIe SSD

Special thanks to forum Member Wraithguard for informing me of this product's existence and supplying me with the above images. 

  

Join the discussion on Memblaze and their 8TB PCIe SSD on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

11-11-2014, 17:43:21

Tripp
Thats an awesome bit of kit, Wraithguard getting a shout out too hahaQuote

11-11-2014, 18:02:15

WYP
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Thats an awesome bit of kit, Wraithguard getting a shout out too haha
He told me about the product and he presented me with these images, he deserves at a minimum a shout out. He is a great forum member and a top bloke.Quote

11-11-2014, 18:04:52

MadShadow
Doesn't exactly look great, but I suppose 8TB is more than impressive!Quote

11-11-2014, 18:07:30

WYP
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Originally Posted by MadShadow View Post
Doesn't exactly look great, but I suppose 8TB is more than impressive!
at least it has a black PCBQuote

11-11-2014, 18:11:57

MadShadow
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Originally Posted by Watsyerproblem View Post
at least it has a black PCB
tis trueQuote
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