Phison Electronics Corp has released two new PCIe Gen4x4 Enterprise-Class SSDs, the EPR3750 and the EPR3760. Both the devices are powered by the E18DC PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe Controller controller and can enhance the SSD boot drive performance for SSDs employed in workstations and servers. Both the modules are backwards compatible in PCIe Gen3 M.2 slots and provide a faster quality of service (QoS) command execution with Enterprise SSD firmware.
The EPR3750 is available in M.2 2280 form factor and the EPR3760 is available in M.2 22110 form factor. Both the models feature Phison’s advance E18 PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe Controller for Data Center applications. Both the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs feature significant performance enhancements when matched with PCIe Gen4 chipsets.
“The installed base for PCIe Gen3 M.2 2280 and 22110 slots measures in the tens of millions of units. Phison’s commitment to supply Enterprise-class PCIe Gen4 SSDs in this form factor that is backwards compatible in PCIe Gen3 slots will be valued by many end customers and businesses that need a reliable source of supply to upgrade their PCIe Gen3 Enterprise SSDs to Gen4,” said Don Jeanette, Vice President SSD Research for Trendfocus.
The company claims that it can provide customization options to the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs, they can add customers’ brand names and logos on the drive and also make unique firmware changes to optimize the drive’s performance and power consumption for a range of applications.
“Phison works closely with our valued partners and flashes storage brands to customize the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs, powered by Phison’s PCIe Gen4 E18DC controller, with features to equip their customers with advantages that will meet their demanding applications,” said Michael Wu, Phison U.S. President and General Manager. “Through our customizable SSD platforms that define advantages unique to each customer, our partners are able to scale their own successful businesses with their own brand.”