Toshiba storage, which has officially changed its name to kioxia, today officially released its first PCIe 4.0 SSD product, model CM6 series, with a record speed.
In fact, armored man is the first enterprise to publicly display PCIe 4.0 SSD. Although this CM6 series is late, it has many highlights, such asFully compliant with pci-sig PCIe 4.0, unh-iol specifications, and passed the PCIe 4.0 interoperability specification test in August this year.
The hard disk adoptsEnterprise class u.3 (sff-ta-1001) interface,Unified backplane is compatible with SAS / SATA / nvme SSD, which is convenient for enterprise deployment and supportsPCIe 4.0 x4、NVMe 1.4, and optional PCIe 2x2, 1x4 channel configuration.
Its internal is Toshiba's own 96 layer stacked BICS 3D TLC flash memory, with a transmission rate of up to 6.9gb/sIt is more than three times of the previous generation of PCIe 3.0 products, and more than 12 times of the solid-state disk of SATA.
At the previous Microsoft ignite conference, the CM6 series of armor man was publicly displayed,Eight hard disks are connected in parallel to achieve a transmission speed of more than 55gb / SOn average, each block is close to 7GB / s.
The armored PCIe 4.0 SSD also has a CD6 seriesFor cloud market and scale-up environment, it supports two PCIe interfaces.