"It's undeniable that new data-intensive workloads, including artificial intelligence and edge computing, will increasingly rely on automation if they are to run efficiently while hiding some of the complexity. The current generation of static hardware can be limiting for these workloads without massive over-provisioning", stated John Abbott, Cofounder and Systems Infrastructure Analyst at 451 Research, part of S&P Global's Market Intelligence division. "AI, deep learning and other new workloads require the integration of new infrastructure to support them."
The optimized platform from Liqid, Dell Technologies, and AMD empowers users to deploy server systems with the highest compute and storage performance for core data centres as workflows and business needs constantly scale.
The combined elements feature:
1. Rnd Rd (4KB): 3.1M IOPS
2. Rnd Wrt (4KB): 961K IOPS
3. Seq Rd (128KB): 24.5 GB/s
4. Seq Wrt (128KB): 10.1 GB/s
The Liqid Element LQD4500's innovative design enables multiple drive configurations ranging from maximum performance to maximum redundancy. The LQD4500 also features enterprise-class power failure protection for increased reliability to prevent data loss and ensure uninterrupted work in case of power failure.
"In high-computational environments, the more compute power you can pack into a single node, the more accurate your results will be, and the more quickly those results can be implemented in the real world", stated Sumit Puri, CEO & Cofounder, Liqid. "We are proud to collaborate with industry leaders like Dell Technologies and AMD to provide adaptive architectures for AI and HPC applications to help solve some of the most vexing problems facing businesses and the world."
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