GRAID Technology Named Most Innovative Flash Memory Startup, Best of Show at Flash Memory Summit 2022

GRAID Technology SupremeRAIDTM recognized for sophisticated software-composed RAID data protection with record-breaking performance speeds and exceptional ROI for demanding workloads.

GRAID Technology SupremeRAIDTM, the world’s first NVMe/NVMeoF RAID card to unlock the full potential of SSD performance, has been named Best of Show winner in the Most Innovative Flash Memory Startup category at Flash Memory Summit 2022.

Flash Memory Summit recognizes GRAID Technology SupremeRAIDTM for cutting-edge innovation in flash memory applications. One SupremeRAIDTM card can easily manage 32 direct-attached NVMe SSDs, and because it is NVMe-oF-based, no performance is lost over the network. SupremeRAIDTM offloads.

RAID from the CPU to provide performant and robust data protection without the attendant complexity and performance cost of most current solutions. “RAID data protection is a vital element in protecting valuable information assets, yet until now traditional RAID implementations could not unlock the full potential of enterprise SSD performance,” said Jay Kramer, Chairman of the Awards Program and President of Network Storage Advisors Inc.

“We are proud to recognize GRAID Technology’s SupremeRAIDTM Storage Solution, which protects direct-attached SSDs as well as SSDs connected via NVMeoF, while delivering 100 percent of available SSD performance with a single SupremeRAIDTM card. It can deliver 19M IOPS and 110GB/s throughput.”

“We are honored to be named FMS 2022 Best of Show winner,” said Leander Yu, CEO of and Founder of GRAID Technology. “GRAID Technology SupremeRAIDTM is quickly becoming the data protection solution of choice for Tier One OEMs and data centers worldwide. Our innovative solution provides the speed, flexibility, and unmatched TCO the market demands for the future of high-performance workloads in cutting-edge data centers.”


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