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Fusion-Io: One Billion IOPS

The Verge reporting from DEMO Enterprise Disruption:

This massive performance boost comes courtesy of a new way of using NAND flash as a non-volatile memory solution, known as Auto Commit Memory. ACM is a software layer which allows developers to send and receive data stored on Fusion-io’s ioDrive cards directly to and from the CPU, rather than relying upon the operating system. Because of this, massive applications and databases can run with much lower latency — crucial for the cloud-based world we’re heading towards.

Original title and link: Fusion-Io: One Billion IOPS (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://mobile.theverge.com/2012/1/6/2686627/fusion-io-one-billion-iops