SSD performance is one of the biggest considerations when designing industrial applications.
SSD technology is still evolving from PATA to SATA and the speed of its interface continues to increase. The PCIe interface appeared in the market almost at the same time as SATA 3.0 Gbps (Gen. 2) became popular. But due to the limitations of Flash IC technology and lack of host support, PCIe SSD wasn’t successful. That is until today, Flash IC performance has now fully caught up.
OS driver support for PCIe storage devices, and chipset native NVMe protocol support are ready to make the next big leap forward. As PCIe SSD has matured and become an important storage option for certain market segments, learn more about the options for designing NVMe SSDs for industrial applications in this white paper.
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