Record breaking Performance by ETERNUS DX8900
Fujitsu ETERNUS DX8900 S4 smashes the 10 million IOPS barrier in latest storage benchmark rankings
ETERNUS DX8900 S4 becomes the first Data center Flash storage to score more than 10 million IOPS while maintaining sub-millisecond latency in the latest Storage Performance Council’s1 SPC -1 Benchmark results. It achieved an extraordinary performance of 10,001,522 Input/output Operations Per Second (IOPS), Price-Performance of 644.16 ($/SPC-1 KIOPS™) and outstanding overall response time of 0.249 milliseconds.
Powered by Non-Volatile Memory express (NVMe) for accelerated read access in Extreme cache, Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS DX8900 S4 is a purpose-built platform to consolidate storage in data centers. Data center storage consolidation helps reduce the existing storage footprint, thereby simplifying storage complexity, improving efficiencies and business agility. Higher performance headroom comes very handy while consolidating distributed data storage environments without any business performance impact.
Read the full SPC Benchmark report here.
1 Storage Performance Council (SPC):
A non-profit organization that evaluates storage performance figures that include leading storage industry players. The following two benchmark tests are defined, and the benchmark results measured by each company and accepted by SPC are published.
- SPC Benchmark-1TM
A program that performs common business application functions and measures storage system performance. Standard benchmark test for storage performance centered on random I/O.
- SPC Benchmark-2TM
A program that measures storage system performance in business applications that handle large-scale data continuously. Standard benchmark test on storage performance centering on sequential I/O, which consists of three operation tests: large file processing, large database query, and video on demand.
Related InformationStorage Performance Council - BENCHMARK RESULTS（SPC1/SPC2