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IBM’s “Ice Cube” – a new trend in the data storage industry

IBM Corporation announces the creation of a prototype storage system in which hard drives are installed like cubes in a constructor, and the Ice Cube server itself is shaped like a cube, which, however, follows from the name (“Ice Cube”).

None of you used to be a radio amateur as a child? At one time, such designers were popular, consisting of cubes, in which there were various radio components – resistors, capacitors, transistors, diodes, inductors, etc. d. For some reason, the new IBM data storage server brought up memories of just such a designer.

So, by the end of the year, IBM plans to build a 32 terabyte (35184372088832 bytes) storage system, consisting of 27 (3 x 3 x 3) small and fairly simple hard drives. Thus, IBM hopes that by the end of the year it will create a system that can accommodate the National Library of Congress.

In addition to the fact that such storage systems will provide large capacity, they will fully meet the requirements usually imposed on corporate servers: expandability, reliability and resilience. IBM promises that users will be able to easily add new “building blocks” (one of which is shown in the figure), while from the user’s point of view it will be a single disk space. When failures and failures are detected, the system automatically replaces the failed disks with unused ones, and, if desired, you can simply leave the failed disks inside the cube without getting inside.

Each brick consists of twelve 2.5-inch hard drives, four control controllers, a microprocessor, and a six-port Ethernet dongle (one port per edge). The keys, in turn, are connected to six pairing devices providing wireless data rates up to 10 Gbps. The clock frequency of the pairing devices is 3.125 GHz.

The prototype system will use the iSCSI interface. Ice Cube supply voltage – 48 V, cooling – water. And, finally, and most importantly, IBM believes that “cubic” data storage systems will cost significantly less than conventional ones, two or more times.

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