The Next Level of Storage
The Element LQD4500 offers a Gen 4.0 x16 PCIe interface, which enables high throughput and low latency transactions and utilizes the latest NVMe protocol in order to deliver increased performance and efficiency from a single device. The LQD4500 outperforms legacy architectures by delivering up to 4 M IOPS of random performance, and over 24 GB/s of throughput, and ultra-low transactional latency of 20 us.
4 M IOPS and 24 GB/s
Proprietary architecture removes system bottlenecks. This performance lowers infrastructure cost while yielding higher performance.
NVMe SSD, up to 32 TB
Due to the density of drive you can better utilize server space. This dollar per terabyte ratio dramatically drives storage costs down.
Liquid’s technology is among the best in the industry related to amount of performance per watt. Typical performance for our HHHL is over 1 Million IOPS. That works out to a conservative estimate of >30,000 IOPS/W. Typical enterprise SSDs are much lower at only 5-10 K IOPS/W.
|Specifications of Liqid Element LQD4500 SSD|
|Data Center Drives||Enterprise Drives|
|SKUs||7.68 TB: LQD-E2DPNBD08M007T68|
15.36 TB: LQD-E2DPNBD08M015T36
30.72 TB: LQD-E2DPNBD08M030T72
|6.40 TB: LQD-E2DPNBD08M006T40|
12.80 TB: LQD-E2DPNBD08M012T80
25.60 TB: LQD-E2DPNBD08M025T60
|Controller||8x Phison PS5016-E16|
|NAND Flash||3D TLC NAND|
|Form-Factor, Interface||Full-height full-length (FHFL) add-in-card (AIC)|
PCIe 4.0 x16, NVMe 1.3
|Sequential Read||up to 24 GB/s|
|Sequential Write||up to 24 GB/s|
|Random Read IOPS||up to 4M IOPS|
|Random Write IOPS||up to 4M IOPS|
|Sustained Random Write IOPS||600K IOPS|
|DRAM Buffer||Yes, capacity unknown|
|AES Data Encryption||Yes|
|Power Consumption||up to 65 W|
|Compatibility||Windows, Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2 RHEL; SLES; CentOS, Solaris, SUSE, VMware|
|TBW||up to 61.53 PBW|
Thanks to the LINUX TECH TIPS by the grace of him we know that there are 8 X M2s on this thing (because he literally teared it up) and we can expect 28 GB’s/ Second which is right near the theoretical maximum.
Another cool thing we got to know about the SSD is that it plays a 4K video with a bitrate of 500 Mbps in a incredibly smooth way, which is same as to playing a video that has 20x times higher quality of vision compared to 4K that what is offered by Netflix streaming Service.
That’s all for now guys! Stay Home Stay Safe