Huawei recently introduced a new OceanStor Pacific 9920 flash storage all-flash product. The official OceanStor Pacific 9920 is a 2U, 1-node SSD all-flash distributed storage in the form of each chassis. Below you can check some of its features.
- FlashLink technology and AI Fabric network acceleration, a single system can meet the application performance requirements of millions of virtual machines
- Flexible data redundancy ratios are available
- OceanStor Pacific 9540 combined to build a data-tiered storage solution
OceanStor Pacific 9920 all-flash distributed storage can provide efficient data access services for scenarios such as virtualization (cloud resource pools), databases, high-performance computing, AI applications, and big data analysis.
The new product adopts a fully symmetrical distributed architecture, with a bare capacity of 38.4 TB – 92.16 TB per chassis, and two Kunpeng 920 processors per node.
OceanStor Pacific 9920 is an SSD all-flash distributed storage in the form of 2U and 1 node per chassis. It adopts a fully symmetrical distributed architecture. The bare capacity of each chassis is 38.4TB-92.16TB. The node bandwidth can reach 20GB/s, and the IOPS can reach 800,000.
According to the official statement, the data reduction technology adopted by Huawei OceanStor Pacific 9920, the higher number of stacking layers of SSD, and the type of QLC/PLC particles will significantly reduce the SSD unit cost. Disk prices and the continuous reduction in physical capacity costs will bring end-to-end savings in CAPEX, space, and energy consumption to customers.