VIA is showing off its new SSD controllers at the Flash Memory Summit. The controllers feature a VIA LDPC PLUS ECC decoding engine and Gear-Shifting technology, they promise best-in-class error correction and high-throughput performance without overheating issues. There's not a lot of information about this Gear-Shifting feature but the press materials suggest the controller will be able to triple the longevity of TLC NAND flash memory.
Offer best-in-class error correction capability with over 3x longevity for TLC NAND Flash devices.
VIA Technologies, Inc, today announced that it be will demonstrating its latest VIA NVMe PCIe Gen III & SATA III SSD controllers in Booth#818 of the 2016 Flash Memory Summit being held from August 9th to 11th in the Santa Clara Convention Center, California, USA.
Featuring the VIA LDPC PLUS ECC decoding engine with Gear-Shifting technology, the second generation VIA SSD controllers offer best-in-class error correction capability and ensure high-throughput performance without overheating issues.
“VIA Gear-Shifting technology leverages our unique dual hardware decoding architecture to maximize data integrity and longevity,” said Richard Brown, VP International Marketing, VIA Technologies, Inc. “Our second generation VIA SSD controllers are the ideal choice for computing devices that require superior SSD performance with high cost-efficiency.”