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Editor:- August 2, 2017 - AccelStor today announced a new high availability all-NVMe flash storage array, the NeoSapphire H810. The 4U rackmount SSD which uses Intel's Xeon Purley platform and has 100GbE connectivity delivers upto 6x the performance of the company's previous NeoSapphire P310.

Editor:- August 18, 2016 - AccelStor today announced it has won the Best-of-Show Technology Innovation Award for its FlexiRemap software at the Flash Memory Summit 2016 in Santa Clara, California. AccelStor's FlexiRemap software (uses a global wear-leveling algorithm) to cut down on overhead, and extend SSD lifespan.

Editor:- May 19, 2016 - AccelStor today announced its has added dual port 16Gbps FC connectivity to its NeoSapphire 1U SSD product line.

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AccelStor's NeoSapphire series of 1U rackmount flash arrays
by Zsolt Kerekes - editor - - July 14, 2015

AccelStor is a relatively new name in the rackmount SSD market. The company having founded in November 2014 as a spinoff from Innodisk.

AccelStor's rackmount SSDs - which are mainly available in 1U form factor - are rebranded and enhanced versions of Innodisk's FlexiArray which was launched in 2013.

A key concept in this product line is to use modern SSD architecture - which combines controller intelligence within each drive while also leveraging strategic intelligence about the state of the flash array (data movements and reliability) at the top level array level in order to produce a reliable, fast storage system which is easy to integrate and manage as an embedded systems component.

In many ways this product line - satisfies a new trend being seen in the user community - for a product which can be managed with the minimum set of software complications and a high degree of predictability about the feature sets of future versions.

This trend towards an "industrial" style of white box flash storage array is something which we'll be seeing much more of in the next 3 to 5 years as the enterprise SSD market evolves towards standardization of software management tools and easier interchangeability among hardware solutions.

This philosophy towards treating SSD boxes as no-frills boxes which are unbundled from troublesome proprietary features which appear in one proprietary model only to disappear in the next iteration from the same supplier - is an abstraction methodology which is already being favored by many users in the cloud market and web scale organizations.

And the NeoSapphire series satisfies this need for users who are comfortable with the concept of seeing a product roadmap based on arrays of COTS SSDs which have been optimized with internal firmware to provide a simple and predictable feature set of reliability, performance and RAS.
Building a High IOPS Flash Array: A Software-Defined Approach - by Weafon Tsao, VP, AccelStor
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NeoSapphire series overview
  • form factor:- 1U
  • performance:- from 240K IOPS to 500K IOPS (model dependent)
  • interfaces:- Quad-port 10 GbE SFP+ or Single-port InfiniBand QSFP or dual port 16G FC
  • capacities available:- 1,056GB to 11,806 GB
  • flash array implemention:- from 8 to 20x 2.5" SSDs
  • RAS:- hot swappable SSDs and power supplies, redundancy through virtual data groups
  • Endurance:- global wear leveling with cross-drive knowledge

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"FlexiRemap is not only flash-compatible, but flash-collaborating. FlexiRemap identifies the nature of flash, but does not accept it as it is. To tackle the most challenging process, i.e. random write, FlexiRemap reorders the data into sequences to accelerate..."
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