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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-08-2019, 02:14 PM - Thread Starter
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[Phison(PR)]Phison at the Forefront of PCIe Gen4 Storage Market with a Portfolio of Products

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SANTA CLARA, CALIF. – August 5, 2019 – As the first and only company shipping PCIe® Gen4x4 NVMe SSD solutions, Phison Electronics is the industry leader in enabling high-performance computing for bandwidth-hungry applications. In developing these solutions, Phison is ushering in a new era for applications expected to meet the demand for increasingly faster and higher-definition digital experiences.
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Among its portfolio of PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe products currently available or planned for release within the next year are:

• PS5016-E16 – a high-end controller that can easily reach speeds of 5GB/s sequential reads and 4.4GB/s sequential writes – the fastest sequential reads and writes for a single M.2 SSD
• PS5019-E19T – offering low power controllers for mainstream drives, delivering best-in-class power savings and reducing cooling needs in data centers for all-day computing (Available 4Q 2019)
• PS5018-E18 – builds on the success of E16 to deliver even higher levels of performance with speeds of 7GB/s reads and writes (Available 2Q 2020) in advanced 12nm process node.
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Phison is showcasing its lineup of PCIe Gen4 SSD solutions, including the public debut of its E19 controller, at the Flash Memory Summit (FMS), August 6-8 in Booth No. 219 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. The booth will also host demonstrations of Phison-empowered solutions from technology partners Liqid and Cigent.
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Neat. Hopefully they can maintain a foothold once Samsung begins entering the Pcie4 market space.


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Phison PS5018-E18 up to 7GBps with NVMe 1.4 standard on 12nm FFC node(vs 28nm on E16) Cores 3x Cortex R5 (vs 2xR5 on E16) SSD Controller capable of 1 million IOPS for both 4KB random read and writes.
Phison will be using a little more power with the E18 SSD controller with 3W in total, compared to the 2.6W from the E16.
Phison will have its new PS5018-E18 SSD controller ready for sampling in Q1 2020 while it won't hit retail until Q3 2020 (or around 12 months from now).

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I'm having a hard time getting excited for something faster than gen 3 NVME drives. In everyday use my nvme drives are almost always limited by something else (internet speed, network speed, USB speed, etc), they spend most of their life being indistinguishable from a Sata III SSD.

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
I'm having a hard time getting excited for something faster than gen 3 NVME drives. In everyday use my nvme drives are almost always limited by something else (internet speed, network speed, USB speed, etc), they spend most of their life being indistinguishable from a Sata III SSD.

What use case/profession/hobby has a workload that can utilize this sort of drive performance?

I am genuinely curious because I feel like my NVME drives spend most of their time day dreaming about me doing something on the computer that allows them to really stretch their legs but the best I can do is run a storage benchmark.
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I'm having a hard time getting excited for something faster than gen 3 NVME drives. In everyday use my nvme drives are almost always limited by something else (internet speed, network speed, USB speed, etc), they spend most of their life being indistinguishable from a Sata III SSD.

What use case/profession/hobby has a workload that can utilize this sort of drive performance?
How about the profession of not being a heckin casul?

No, but seriously, this sort of performance is the kind of thing that makes enthusiasts go wild. But that goes for anything in the tech world, really. Epeen is just a silly, pejorative name for something so fundamental to the industry as "but can you make it go faster?"

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No, but seriously, this sort of performance is the kind of thing that makes enthusiasts go wild. But that goes for anything in the tech world, really. Epeen is just a silly, pejorative name for something so fundamental to the industry as "but can you make it go faster?"
It's irresponsible performance

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tbh these huge sequential speeds are hardly worth anything when 4K IOPS is still mostly stuck in the 3digits, worse yet they even often go below 2digits...

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