KIOXIA Collaborates with Aerospike For Database Performance Enhancement

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Real-time data platform company, Aerospike Inc. has collaborated with KIOXIA to boost the performance of its Community Edition database.

Meanwhile, a performance test was carried out on KIOXIA’s enterprise-grade FL6 SCM SSDs with a software enhancement developed by KIOXIA. The companies saw a 36% boost in the application performance in comparison to the original software without the KIOXIA enhancements.

Aerospike database can offer high throughput and low latency on flash.

Talking about the collaboration with KIOXIA, Aerospike’s VP of Technology and Infrastructure Partners, Paul Jensen, said, At Aerospike, we appreciate industry collaboration efforts with companies such as KIOXIA to continually improve our products. In working with KIOXIA and testing the application software patch, we have achieved a notable improvement in the performance of our Community Edition database.

KIOXIA FL6 Series NVMe 1.4 SSDs featuring the KIOXIA SCM solution, the PCIe 4.0, and XL-FLASH. FL6 Series is exceptional in latency-sensitive use cases like tiering, caching layer, and write logging.

FL6 drivers are capable of delivering high endurance (60DWPD) while the storage capacity is up to 3200 GB.

KIOXIA Europe’s Vice President, Paul Rowan, commented, that KIOXIA’s developments don’t stop at the broad SSD product portfolio we currently provide to datacenters. We are also committed to driving forward with innovative solutions that will improve storage latency and application performance. Thanks to close collaboration with Aerospike, we have fully realized the potential of our low latency FL6 Series SCM SSDs, addressing the performance gap between existing volatile memories and NAND Flash through our XL-FLASH solution.

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