The final section of our synthetic benchmarks looks at standard IOMeter server profile scenarios; including database, workstation, fileserver, and web server. In our gaming trace the ioDrive came in at the top and bottom depending on its configuration. Fusion-io the company is a bit of a mystery, and maybe purposely so. Retrieved October 14, We also have a new enterprise trace that we’ll roll out after the client-focused tests.
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The card is passively cooled, incorporating three black-finned heat sinks. Expanding our 4K read and write test out in our ramped queue depth benchmark, we did see some higher maximum IOPS figures. Archived from the original PDF iofrive April 20, Views Read Edit View history.
A fourth trace we are debuting with the Fusion-io ioDrive Duo review is an enterprise trace that covers a Microsoft Exchange mail-server environment. This helps support the card in some mounting environments and gives it a nice finished appearance. US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Archived from the original on June 28, In this test we include: Another concern is how power requirements come into play, since Fusion-io xell the drive will conform to the PCIe 2. In this trace we recorded 4,MB being written to the drive and 2,MB being read.
For this reason we stuck with our 4K test versus changing the transfer size amount. One interesting area is how the performance scaled between a single GB segment versus the full card with both segments striped together. Our next test looks at speeds with a random versus sequential 2MB transfer test. The ioDrive Duo also performs extremely well in our real-world traces, handily beating other drives in striped mode in all but the HTPC trace.
Real-World Benchmarks If you are new to StorageReview, one thing we try to focus on is how any given drive might perform under real-world conditions. Its very hard to find performance figures listed for this drive, consistent warranty information through resellers, and how power requirements macome into play with drive speed. Fusion-io the company is a bit of a mystery, and maybe purposely so.
Even with its stellar performance, we have issue with the ways particular features or specifications were conveyed on this product. As noted in the design section with the external power adapter, all benchmarks were performed with the external adapter connected. In this trace we recorded 2,MB being written to the drive and 1,MB being read.
The setup of the Fusion-io ioDrive Duo is pretty straight forward. This drive doesn’t disappoint in the speed category.
Fusion-io ioDrive Duo Review (640GB)
Conclusion When it comes down to living up to the claims of speed, speed, and more speed, the GB Fusion-io ioDrive Duo hit the mark on all counts. This effectively doubled our test speeds, getting in the quoted speed range listed by Fusion-io.
They’re public, so there’s plenty of detail about their financials, sales figures and the like, but a tour iodrlve their website yields precious little about the products they offer.
In and Fusion-io was criticized for depending too heavily on two major customers—Facebook and Apple. Companies formerly listed on the New York Stock Exchange Companies based in Utah Computer storage companies Computer peripherals Solid-state computer storage media establishments in Utah initial public offerings.
It also doesn’t make sense to assume that a drive with very high sequential speeds is going to perform great in the real-world if it can’t cope with mixed random activity. For the consumer or business user, trying to translate high random 4K write speeds into an everyday situation is pretty difficult.
The final section of our synthetic benchmarks looks at standard IOMeter server profile scenarios; including database, workstation, fileserver, and web server. Being a single-threaded application the random 4K read and write figures are iodrife than with IOMeter with multiple workers, but it still shows just how fast the drive can be.
In the expanded 4K write test, speeds spiked as high asIOPS on the top end, doubling compared to the first iodive. Archived from the original on Archived from the original PDF on May 9, All components are in full view without needing to dismantle the drive, and considering the price-point we opted to leave the card pretty much as-is. The company was founded in December as Canvas Technologies in Nevada.