Micron is touting a new server flash drive that's apparently significantly faster than Fusion-io's market-leading ioDrive 2. Micron is believed to be supplying its PCIe-format drives to EMC for the storage giant's XtremSF flash cards. (EMC's other supplier is Virident.) Micron's P420m flash drive comes in both PCIe and 2.5in …
2.5" sequential read
Is this a mistake "Sequential read bandwidth up to 1.8GB/sec vs 410MB/sec."
The 2.5" drive must have a SAS interface, isn't 1.8GB/sec too quick for SAS even double ported.
Re: 2.5" sequential read
According to the product brief (PDF), the SSD really has a 1.8GB/s sequential read speed, according to Micron.
People run OLTP workloads on MySQL?! *shudders*
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