Marvell Introduces Industry’s First NVMe-oF SSD Converter Controller



Marvell 88SN2400 Converts an NVMe SSD into an NVMe-oF SSD to Enable Optimal High-Performance Disaggregated Storage Resulting in Lower TCO for Cloud and Enterprise Data Centers

Marvell (NASDAQ:MRVL) today announced the industry’s first NVMe over Fabric(NVMe-oF) SSD converter controller, the 88SN2400, for cloud and enterprise data centers. The 88SN2400 controller is designed and optimized to convert an NVMe solid state drive (SSD) into an NVMe-oF SSD, providing a revolutionary architecture that increases utilization and scalability of SSDs within the data center to ultimately lower total cost of ownership (TCO). By bringing low latency access over the fabric and exposing the entire SSD bandwidth to the network, the Marvell®controller supports true scalable, high-performance disaggregation of storage from compute. The 88SN2400 utilizes a simple, low-power and compute-less Ethernet fabric instead of a traditional PCIe® fabric controlled and managed by an enterprise-class server SoC with integrated 100GE controllers.

As data growth continues to soar, data centers are grappling with the increasing power consumption, complexity, and costs associated with the demand for greater storage bandwidth and capacity. However, compute and storage continue to be underutilized, with storage servers typically oversubscribed, resulting in increased capital expenditure and operational expenditure. The Marvell SSD converter controller allows greater flexibility for data center operators and designers to develop their infrastructure and enables them to meet evolving workload demands with optimized scalable units of disaggregated flash storage and storage class memory (SCM).

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