GRAID: A Data Protection Solution for NVMe SSDs
The Rise of NVMe
Existing NVMe Data Protection Solutions
Software RAID Architecture
Hardware RAID Architecture
GRAID – The Next Generation of NVMe RAID Technology
Figure 4: GRAID 4K Random Read
Figure 5: GRAID 4K Random Read/Write
Figure 6: GRAID RAID10/RAID5 1M Sequential
GIGABYTE All-Flash Server
Parallel File System
GIGABYTE is pleased to publish our first long-form “Tech Guide”: an in-depth, multipart document shedding light on important tech trends or applications, and presenting possible solutions to help you benefit from these innovations. In this Tech Guide, we delve into the making of “Data Centers”—what they are, who they are for, what to keep in mind when building them, and how you may build your own with products and consultation from GIGABYTE.
As CPUs and GPUs continue to advance, they consume more power and generate more heat. It is vital to keep temperature control in mind when purchasing servers. A good cooling solution keeps things running smoothly without hiking up the energy bill or requiring persistent maintenance. GIGABYTE Technology, an industry leader in high-performance servers, presents this tech guide to help you choose a suitable cooling solution. We analyze three popular options—air, liquid, immersion—and demonstrate what GIGABYTE can do for you.
A top technological university in Europe noticed rising demand for computing services across its various departments. It decided to build a next-generation data center with GIGABYTE's high density servers. With the right tools in place, scientists were able to accelerate their research, analyze massive amounts of information, and complete more data-intensive projects. Science advanced while the institute flourished.
Success CaseThe European Organization for Nuclear Research Delves into Particle Physics with GIGABYTE Servers
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) bought GIGABYTE's high-density GPU Servers outfitted with 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors. Their purpose: to crunch the massive amount of data produced by subatomic particle experiments conducted with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The impressive processing power of the GPU Servers’ multi-core design has propelled the study of high energy physics to new heights.