With high performance, low latency, and a low CPU burden, the Nytro™ WarpDrive™ card accelerates applications with onboard PCI-based flash. The PCI cards are built on the latest enterprise level solid state technologies and include sophisticated advanced features to help deliver consistently high levels of performance, endurance and reliability.
Great Improvements in Accelerating Applications with PCIe Cards
Nytro Flash Cards keep pace with today's cloud data center and hyperscale environments by minimizing application latency to deliver dramatic performance improvements and turn data into actionable information. By addressing inherent latencies in traditional storage and reducing the time it takes to complete data-intensive transactions, Nytro Flash Cards are playing a significant role in delivering the real-time analytics to meet an organization's performance demands.
Delivers consistently high levels of performance, endurance, and reliability under demanding conditions
Enables the CPU to be fully available for processing data by utilizing host-offload architecture for I/O and flash management resulting in consistent performance and low host CPU utilization
With on-board NAND flash memory, a single Nytro Application Accelerator Card can do the job of much more expensive traditional storage implementations while significantly reducing power, cooling and physical space requirements for a lower TCO.
Improve data analytics and processing to enable fast, real-time decision-making and customer responsiveness while achieving the highest return on investment
Integrate the most reliable and field hardened technology in the industry while maximizing server efficiency resulting in a reduced footprint and lower power and cooling costs
Nytro delivers right-sized PCIe-based flash solutions with the most comprehensive PCIe flash portfolio. The broad selection of Nytro cards are designed to meet the unique performance demands of a wide range of businesses resulting in reduced latency and a low CPU burden for the most demanding database applications and I/O-intensive workloads.