Latest PCIe 3ME and SATA 3ME4 Series
July 29, 2016 – Taipei, Taiwan - Innodisk, the service-driven flash and DRAM module provider, introduces two new series of SSDs featuring Innodisk’s exclusive L3 architecture is for the latest Marvell NAND controller. These SSD’s have a prolonged lifespan with exceptional performance and reliability. The SATA 3ME4 and PCIe 3ME series are especially designed for industrial applications.
Exclusive L3 Architecture Firmware to Extend Lifespan
Innodisk’s exclusive L3 architecture is L2 architecture multiplied LDPC (Low Density Parity Check). L2 (Long Life) architecture is a 4K mapping algorithm that reduces WAF and features a real-time wear leveling algorithm to provide high performance and enhance endurance. LDPC, a very powerful ECC technology, is now being used in MLC NAND flash memory to increase reliability, ensuring the L3 architecture’s performance and endurance. In addition, Innodisk’s exclusive industrial-oriented firmware provides a flexible customization service, making it perfect for a variety of industrial applications.
Industrial PCIe Storage Solution
As PCIe becomes a mainstream interface, more and more industrial PC makers have adopted the PCIe specification for storage devices. Innodisk presents the PCIe series SSDs to fulfill those needs. The PCIe 3ME series supports NVMe and AHCI interface, Gen III and HMB (Host Memory Buffer).
SATA 3ME4 and PCIe 3ME Series Features
- LDPC technology secures SSD reliability
- DRAM-less, high-level data integrity
- L3 architecture extends lifespan
- Excellent IOPS boosts system performance
- Built-in thermal sensor
- Support S.M.A.R.T, TRIM, NCQ and iData Guard
Innodisk’s launch of the SATA 3ME4 series offered in multiple form factors includes SATADOM, mSATA, M.2, CFast, SATASlim(MO297) and 2.5” SSD. The PCIe 3ME series is offered in M.2 2242 form factor. Both series support wide temperature and have a wide range of capacities to fulfil different applications. For additional information on these products and our SSD series, please contact your local Innodisk sales representatives or distributors.