Phison Introduces Customizable FX SSD Platform for Purpose-Built Storage Solutions
PCIe Gen 3×4 enterprise SSD provides competitive performance at best-in-class low power
The FX SSD customizable platform is now shipping and is ideal for high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, application servers, and hyperscale data centers. All of which demand the best SSD performance that also offers the industry’s lowest power consumption.
The FX SSD platform gains its speed from its new architecture with up to 12 NAND channels. The FX Series is Phison’s first custom enterprise SSD that starts with a base design featuring highly efficient Phison CoXProcessors. Phison’s proprietary IP paired with ARM Cortex R5 provides an efficient, yet powerful combination to drive success. Phison’s 20 years of flash storage industry experience enables customers to choose the features and requirements that fit their specific one-of-a-kind product needs.
“For Enterprise SSDs, third generation PCIe remains the sweet spot today for enterprise storage companies and cloud service providers that are looking for a combination of competitive performance with low power consumption,” said Jeff Janukowicz, Research Vice President, IDC. “With more than 20 million enterprise PCIe SSD units expected to ship this year, Phison’s new customizable FX SSD platform is in position to help further expand market adoption by providing enterprise customers with a feature set that will accelerate performance and minimize total cost of ownership for demanding applications.”
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“Phison developed the FX SSD platform with the future in mind. Artificial intelligence applications, high-performance computing, and 5G networks require the absolute best performing storage devices to support their architecture. The FX SSD platform is designed for the most performance demanding PCIe Gen 3×4 platforms in existence now, but with lower power consumption making it an excellent upgrade for the next several years,” said K.S. Pua, CEO of Phison.
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