Data Engine Low Latency Edition accelerates caching, enables more latency-sensitive and high transaction workloads per server. The Data Engine High Capacity Edition increases the storage density of hyper-converged systems, hyperscale nodes, storage and All-Flash Arrays.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., August 7, 2017 – Smart IOPS, Inc. a leading flash storage solution provider announced today that it is expanding its already impressive portfolio of high-performance Data Engine PCI Express (PCIe) NVM Express (NVMe) enterprise solid state drives (SSDs). In all, the company is set to offer three new and distinctive categories of data center and High–Performance Computing (HPC) SSD products targeting multiple market segments:

1. Data Engine T2HP High-Performance: The fastest and highest performing PCIe NVMe SSD available in the market today. Offered in 3.2 and 6.4TB user capacities, Data Engine T2HP is in a class of its own, surpassing 1.7 million and 6.8GB/s in bandwidth per SSD.

2. Data Engine T2HC High Capacity: One of the largest user capacity in a half height half length (HHHL) add-in card form factor with up to 25.6TB. Unlike other larger SSDs, the performance in this product continues to far exceed any other SSD in its general class.

3. Data Engine T2LL Low Latency: Smart IOPS has combined the superior performance that it has come to be known for with best-in- class NAND technology to rival the latest non-volatile memory products offered by others. However, unlike those products that require forklift server upgrade, Data Engine T2LL offers QoS latency and response time that is on par and at a small fraction of the cost of those new trendy non-volatile memory solutions. Moreover, Data Engine T2LL offers random and sequential Read/Write performance that is orders of magnitude greater than those caching non-volatile memory products.

“Our patent-pending truRandom™ technology offers such a diversified set of services that when combined with different 3D NAND flash technologies, it can address a multitude of market sub-segments and tackle storage challenges at a more granular level,” said Ashutosh Das, CEO of Smart IOPS. “Our goal is very simple – we intend to offer the highest IOPS, greatest throughput and lowest latency at budget-friendly prices. We do not believe data centers should have to upgrade their entire server infrastructure with the latest processor and chipset in order to get outstanding performance. You might say that Smart IOPS in the business of connecting dots, not crossing points.”