PCIe G1 SSD 910MB/s Matador
InnoDisk Matador II products provide high capacity flash memory Solid State Drive (SSD)
that electrically complies with PCIe G1standard interface.
InnoDisk Matador II supports PCIe G1 (2.5G/lan) with high performance. For SLC solution, sustain read is at 910 MB per
second (max.), and sustain write is at 750 MB per second (max).
InnoDisk Matador II uses
standard PCIe G1 X8 interface with the PCIe full height form factor, which can be used in
laptop. The Matador II has good performance, short latency time and small seek time.
effectively reduces the transfer time of large stream data and the power consumption is less
than he Raid system with hard Disk Drive. InnoDisk Matador II can be installed easily by
including a device driver for OS. InnoDisk Matador II complies with ATA protocol, and the
Matador II SSD can be configured as a boot device or data storage device.
64GB to 512GB
Support maximum 16CEs Flash per channel.
Support 5x/4x/3x nm Flash.
Enhanced endurance by dynamic/static wear-leveling.
Supports 4K/8K bytes page size.
Supports dynamic power management.
SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology).
Data integrity under power-cycling.
Supports 8 bits Flash interface.
Supports BCH 16/24 bits ECC.
Support NCQ on this controller.
Support LBA24 & LBA48 on this controller.
Support 1 to 8 banks selected free.
Support 2 to 8 channels selected free.
Commercial Temperature Operating Range: 0c to +70c
InnoDisk Matador II uses the PCIe interface, and it is compliant with PCIe
specification ver. 1.1 and can work with PCIe Gen. 1 X8 or above host system,
which is used in server computer. InnoDisk Matador II is compliant with PCIe Gen
1 specification (Gen 1 supports 2.5Gbps per lan data rate). A standard PCIe X8
edge-finger definition is used on Matador II. PCI Express is a serial interface.
A PCI Express link is the physical connection of two PCI Express devices. A PCI
Express lane contains both the transmit and receive signal pairs in a link. An
x1 link contains one PCI Express lane, whereas an x8 link contains eight PCI
Express lanes. The Raid controller supports x8 links. The PCI Express interface
expands upon and adds to the features offered in conventional PCI. More
information on any of these features is available in the PCI Express
Matador II form factor Matador II form factor design with metal material case is
easy for installation because PCIe is a popular form factor. InnoDisk Matador II
has a compact design with the dimension of 171.25 mm x 89.30 mm x 17.90 mm.
InnoDisk Matador II provides unformatted 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities within
SLC flash ICs and 128GB, 256GB and 512GB capacities within MLC flash ICs
Operating Temperature Range:Standard Grade: 00C to +700C
Industrial Grade: -400C to +850C(under development)
Storage Temperature Range: Standard Grade: -550C to +950C
Industrial Grade: -550C to +950C
Relative Humidity: 10-95% , Non-Condensing
||5 Hz to 500Hz, 2G, 3 axes
||Duration: 6ms, 100G, 3 Axes
||1.14G rms, 1-800Hz
|InnoDisk Matador II PCIe SSD
||TELECORDIA SR-332 GB, 250C
InnoDisk Matador II PCIe SSD support following transfer mode: PCIe Gen. 1
||450MB/s (Test By Everest)
||350MB/s (Test By Everest)
Flash memory can be erased within a limited number of times. This number is
called the erase cycle limit or write endurance limit and is defined by the
flash array vendor. The erase cycle limit applies to each individual erase block
in the flash device. InnoDisk Matador II uses a static wear-leveling algorithm
to ensure that consecutive writes of a specific sector are not written
physically to the same page/block in the flash. This spreads flash media usage
evenly across all pages, thereby extending flash lifetime.
Bad Blocks are blocks that contain one or more invalid bits whose
reliability are not guaranteed. The Bad Blocks may be presented while the SSD is
shipped, or may develop during the life time of the SSD. The Bad Blocks will not
exceed more than 6.7% of the total device volume. When the Bad Blocks is
detected, it will be flagged, and not be used anymore. The SSD implement Bad
Blocks management, Bad Blocks replacement, Error Correct Code to avoid data
error occurred. The functions will be enabled automatically to transfer data
from Bad Blocks to spare blocks, and correct error bit. After the reserved block
under 40, the SSD will be locked, and the SSD cannot be written anymore. Host
can send a vendor ATA command to unlock the SSD for backup data or system from
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