IBM FlashSystem 810 and IBM FlashSystem 710

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  IBM FlashSystem 810 and IBM FlashSystem 710 at a glance*
Series IBM FlashSystem 810 IBM Flash System 710
Model 9830-AE1 9830-AS1
Flash type eMLC SLC
Usable capacity (terabyte [TB]/ tebibyte [TiB]) 10.3 TB/9.4 TiB 5.2 TB/4.7 TiB
Raw maximum capacity (TB/TiB) 13.7 TB/12.5 TiB 6.9 TB/6.3 TiB
Incremental usable capacity upgrade (TB/TiB) 2.1 TB/1.9 TiB 1.0 TB/0.9 TiB
Minimum latency
Write 60 µs 60 µs
Read 110 µs 100 µs
Read (from host) 160 µs 145 µs
Maximum IOPS 4 KB
100% read 550k 570k
Mixed 70/30% read/write 430k 490k
100% write 400k 400k
Maximum bandwidth 256 KB
Read 3.3 GB/s (Fibre Channel)
5 GB/s (InfiniBand)
3.3 GB/s (Fibre Channel)
5 GB/s (InfiniBand)
Write 2.8 GB/s (Fibre Channel)
2.8 GB/s (InfiniBand)
3.3 GB/s (Fibre Channel)
4.5 GB/s (InfiniBand)
Power 350 Watts 280 Watts
Cooling 1194 BTU/hr. 955 BTU/hr.
Reliability Module-level Variable Stripe RAID
Redundant interfaces
Redundant and hot-swappable power supplies
N+1 batteries
2n fans
Error-correcting code
Data integrity fields
Supported RAID levels 0
Connectivity options 4 x 8 Gb/s Fibre Channel
4 x 40 Gb/s QDR InfiniBand
Client operating system support For a current list of platforms supported, please visit the IBM System Storage Interoperation Center (SSIC)
Maximum volume support (LUNs) 1,024
Management interfaces Web, SSH, Telnet and more
Enclosure dimensions (H x W x D) 1U x 432 mm x 569 mm (1U x 17 in. x 22.5 in.)
Weight 11.3 kg / 25 lb
Environmental requirements 10°C – 35°C (50°F – 95°F) operating temperature at -30.5 m – 300 m (-100 ft – 984.25 ft)
altitude -10°C – 50°C (14°F – 122°F) non-operational
20% – 80% RH operating
10% – 90% RH non-operational
0.1g rms operational vibration
0.8g rms operational shock
3.5g 3ms half-sine pulse vertical non-operational
Regulatory compliance Safety: IEC/EN 60950, CB Certificate, UL60950-1 CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1, CE Mark
Emissions Class A: EN55022/CISPR 22, FCC Part 15 Class A, ICES-003 Issue 4 Class A

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