Storage startup uses your GPU to create virtual super fast SSD — but for some reason, it is not yet compatible with Intel and AMD tech

Graid’s SupremeRAID delivers storage speeds well above what can be achieved with conventional RAID configurations, and optimizes NVMe SSD performance by combining a GPU with a software-defined storage (SDS) stack.

RAID cards can only reach speeds of up to 28GB/s with Gen4 SSDs and so to fully utilize one RAID card, you need four Gen4 SSDs. To maximize the use of a 24-bay server, you’ll need several RAID cards. However, SupremeRAID is different. It can support up to 32 drives in a single system and isn’t restricted by the maximum bandwidth of a PCIe slot.