Xanadu 510

Hybrid Flash Storage Appliance

Drastically reduce the time spent on a task, all while reducing costs. The Xanadu 510 allows your business to get more done in a workday than ever before, allowing you to maximize your company’s potential. With scalability, organizations have the luxury to start small with a pay-as-you-grow system. Additionally, the new series enables data to be archived in the cloud to save and distribute globally, as well as keeping data safe and secure during disaster recovery.

Big Data. Big Value.

The Xanadu 510 consists of 3 base products: Xanadu 510: for block level storage; Xanadu 510ES: a full featured Spectrum Scale/GPFS appliance; Xanadu 510EL: a full featured Lustre appliance.

Cloud Enable Your Storage

Modular platform allows organizations to scale as needed

Data composition is analyzed in real time, providing peak performance for Big Data workloads

Combines the performance of flash with the economy of HDDs for lower TCO

Xanadu 510: for block level storage

A 4U modular hybrid Big Data appliance that delivers 15 GB/s of raw bandwidth. Redundancy to applications and data is achieved through high performance dual controllers. At entry level,  you have the ability to add 60 drives in the modular base enclosure. Fully configured, you can add up to four additional enclosures. This pay-as-you-grow system of scalability allows you to start small and scale as your requirements grow.


Cloud. Share and disseminate information globally.

Collaboration. Eliminate organizational storage silos.

Archive. Back up files safely to a public or private object cloud.



Xanadu 510ES

The Xanadu 510ES and Xanadu 510EL appliances provide a modular foundation where you can start small and scale massively, as your performance and capacity requirements grow. Each appliance is integrated with either IBM Spectrum Scale or Lustre, has performance tuned and optimized storage and networking, and is cloud ready.


Modular platform allows organizations to scale as needed.

Versatile solution. Can be configured as a parallel file system or as a NAS solution.

Eliminates bottlenecks to achieve true parallelism and maximum application performance.

Xanadu 510EL

A parallel file storage system appliance that combines next generation storage technology with the open-source Lustre file system.

This product combines best-of-breed
storage technologies with an easy to use appliance that delivers scalable, clustered storage performance.


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High Performance

The Xanadu 510ES and Xanadu 510EL appliances provide a modular foundation where you can start small and scale massively, as your performance and capacity requirements grow. Xanadu 510 can sustain large block sequential read performance up to 20GB/s and write performance up to 16GB/s. Small block I/O up to 700,000 IOPS per appliance.


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Supports GPFS, Lustre and all File-systems, Gain high performance
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Our Approach

To deliver our tailored HPC solutions, RAID Inc.'s consultative sales and system design process is customized every step of the way. From the initial sales call to installation day, RAID Inc. works closely with clients to assess their unique computing and storage requirements by examining every facet of their computing needs. To learn more about our
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RAID Inc. performs rigorous requirements engineering strategies to develop solutions based on the actual need. It incorporates strategic approaches to find and understand your IO performance requirements when deploying systems and storage while keeping your costs low.


RAID Inc. analyzes the best systems and storage solutions based on the requirements elicitation performed. With a wide range of compute and networking products available in the market, we deploy the right servers and networking products along with our storage to meet you actual needs.


RAID Inc. solves your HPC problems in no time. Being an industry leader, we served 1000s of customers in solving their HPC problems. The areas we covered include but not limited to genomic research, space explorations, weather forecasting, gas and oil explorations, governments, educational institutions, defense, life sciences and many others.