The fact that you have started quoting irrelevant hardware specs at me suggests you may not have done this sort of thing much - but I will give you the benefit of the doubt and post a single, simple simple test result.
FWIW this is all new kit, and each test is identical. Except for the trivialities of the OS (WinServer 2008R2-64) managing itself, the single variable is the data storage device.
HP G7 Blade twin x5570, 48GB RAM
P410i RAID controller (in a slot, not the built-in controller)
12 slot Storage Blade (I forget the item number)
Everything is at latest revision level.
The tests were run twice each with 6*10K 73GB SAS disks and 6*SSD devices (see previous post for item number) configured and formatted identically. Re-running of the tests produced no material differences in performance.
Test: Restore an SQLServer db with data and log files on the same array. 1 full backup save set plus 1 incremental save set.
SSD-RAID-10 = 32 minutes
SAS-RAID-10 = 7 Minutes
SSD-RAID-50 = 45 minutes
SAS-RAID-50 = 31 minutes
This is not a test to see what the fastest configuration is (I can make it go faster). I have lots of results and lots of configurations. This result is merely to demonstrate that people who think that SSDs are a silver bullet, and who busily quote electrical specifications have missed the point entirely.
FWIW, the single and low thread/queue count read speeds are at the expected levels, but recovering a multi-TB database might be some way outside our operational parameters.
I will now wander off to your link and see what you you have had to say on matters related.