Atto Disk Benchmark v2.41:
In the final phase of performance testing, I mapped the network storage devices to create drive letters for each on the Windows desktop system. I then ran ATTO Disk Benchmark v2.41 in a fairly standard configuration; with a transfer size from 0.5 to 8192KB, a total length of 256MB, and the queue depth at 10. Read and write results are provided in terms of MB/s, and higher is always better. A small sampling of the many results provided in the benchmark are shown in the charts below.
At the lower end of the scale we have 64KB transfers, and the read results are shown below. The DS415+ reclaims its place at the top of the class with a transfer rate of just over 118MB/s.
While the competition is closer with 64KB writes, the DS415+ is again the fastest device at just over 117MB/s.
Moving up to the largest of the file transfer sizes used in ATTO's benchmark, we have results for 8192KB (8MB) file transfers. The read results are shown below, where we see another top performance of just over 118MB/s for the DS415+.
The final result to consider is for 8192KB (8MB) writes, where we see a very tight cluster of results. The DS415+ actually comes in second, but there is less than 2MB/s separating first from fourth place.