Demonstrated performance & various benefits for data center
Samsung has demonstrated a reference server system that delivers 576TB in a 1U rack, using 36 units of 16TB NF1 SSD. The 1U reference system can process about 10 million random read IOPS, which triples the IOPS performance of a 1U server equipped with 2.5-inch SSDs. Samsung NF1 SSDs provide petabyte capacity in 2U server as well as verified performance, high compatibility, front-accessibility, front loading and enterprise-level power loss protection(PLP).
As the industry’s first 16 terabyte (TB) NF1, the PM983 provides up to 576TB system capacity in a 1U server. It also provides four times the capacity of 4TB M.2 SSDs and three times the capacity of 16TB 2.5 inch SSDs in 2U servers.
Provides sequential read/write up to 3,100/2,000MB/s and random read/write up to 540K/50K IOPS. The PM983 is 1,000 times faster than an SAS HDD in random read/write and three times better performing than a 2.5 inch SAS SSD in system.
The NF1 form factor is able to replace an M.2 or 2.5 inch SSD/HDD without major changes or difficulty.
Advanced features with hot-swap capabilities and indicator LEDs provide easy front-accessibility. Furthermore, the NF1 form factor supports front loading and enterprise-level power loss protection (PLP) for increasing serviceability at data center
Please click the link below to download the product brief for PM983 NF1 SSD,
and check out Supermicro's 1U 2-Socket SuperStorage equipped with Samsung NF1 SSDs.