Superior data vitality

Intelligent upgrade solution for NVMe SSD technology to provide you the superior experience by excellent performance in daily use, using the potential power of NVMe significantly enhanced all the particular specification of Solid State Disk.

Our products

D5437/D5457/D5850/D5450/D5430 series
deliver reliable and high performance
NVMe storage features.

Endurance: 1-3.8 DWPD, 3-5 years


NVMe 1.2.1

Compliant

Up to
4.5/3.1GB/s

Sequential R/W Bandwidth,
up to 1000K/244K 4KB random read/write IOPS (PCIe 3.0 x8)


1.6-8TB

Capacity options

NVMe SSD

We produce best NVMe SSD controller with solid state drives now becoming just as prevalent on the market as hard drives, you’ve probably been wondering which is right for you.

NVMe SSD vs. SATA SSD

The biggest advantage of NVMe is its lower latency and much higher throughput. This is mostly due to a streamlined storage stack and the fact that NVMe requires no register reads to issue a command. AHCI (SATA) requires four uncachable register reads per command, which results in ~2.5µs of additional latency. Another important improvement is support for multiple queues and higher queue depths. Multiple queues ensure that the CPU can be used to its full potential and that the IOPS is not bottlenecked by single core limitation.

Solid state drives
vs. hard drives

Most people now buy laptops for their computing needs and have to make the decision between getting either a Solid State Drive (SSD) or Hard Disk Drive (HDD) as the storage component. So which of the two is the better choice, an SSD or HDD?

There’s no straight-forward answer to this question; each buyer has different needs and you have to evaluate the decision based on those needs, your preferences, and of course budget. Even though the price of SSDs has been falling, the price per gigabyte advantage is still strongly with HDDs.

Prototype
performance

0.0252

All Managers. Average IO response time (ms)

1914.25

All Managers. Total IOs per second