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07-302021

Up to 14GB/s! Marvell's First PCIe 5.0 Controller Takes the Lead

Marvell launched a new series of Bravera™SC5 controller, including 8-channel MV-SS1331 and 16-channel MV-SS1333, which is the first SSD controller that supports PCIe 5.0 and NVMe 1.4b. Compared with the previous generation of PCIe 4.0, the performance of Marvell's controller has doubled and its workload has been accelerated. What's more, the delay of Marvell's controller has been reduced. Meanwhile, it can meet the requirements of higher bandwidth storage which is working for cloud computing and massive data processing in data centers.

07-222021

What Is 3D NAND Flash Memory and How Does It Work

SSDs based on NAND Flash have the advantages of low power consumption, high speed, and high reliability. Compared with traditional mechanical hard disks, SSDs of the same capacity are still expensive. However, new devices based on 3D NAND flash memory are having an increasingly fierce competition in the storage market.

07-192021

Recruit Internet Celebrity in the World

With the rapid development of enterprise globalization, KingSpec company aim to recruit Internet Celebrity in the World, Welcome to JOIN US!

07-162021

Does Having a SSD Provide the Equivalent of Having More RAM

Solid-state hard drives trade the rapidly spinning magnetic platters and multiple moving read/write heads of a traditional hard drive for a bank of the same type of memory chips used in USB drives, cell phones and digital camera memory cards. While they're made with memory chips, they aren't RAM. SSDs use a different type of memory, can't be directly accessed by your computer's processor, and are much slower than RAM. They can, however, make an even bigger difference in your computer's performance than adding RAM though.

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