Price for the curious?
How many limbs?
PCIe-card flasher Fusion-io has a new piece of ioMemory hardware and is calling it the Atomic Series. This third-generation architecture product stores up to 6.4TB. The existing ioScale card stores 3.2TB of data. That’s made using 2Xnm class MLC NAND (29-20nm). Fusion says the new card is faster, maybe twice as fast as the …
How many limbs?
All of yours and those of your children and possibly your parents' too, if Fusion-IO's previous prices are anything to go by...
Other than the blurb at the end, what the hell does Facebook have to do with a product release from some other company? From what I've read about Facebook architecture, they are quite happy to just use custom built hardware based on cheap, commodity parts.
They were two of Fusion-IO's biggest customers
Didn't know that, would have been nice if it was pointed out in the article...
*throws money at screen*
Not like the early days, you may be surprised.
PCIe flash I think will continue to be a niche for workloads that are extreme performance related, most everyone else will stick to hot swap 2.5" SSDs for ease of maintenance ...........though that should be obvious I hope.
Sure there are systems that can do hot swap PCI but it seems very uncommon in the x86 world for people to try that route.
Hmm..won't fit my servers!
1U and 2U servers can take 2-5 full height cards. what kind of PoS are you buying?
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