Why EDSFF could be a game changer for SSDs
EDSFF is a new form factor that aims to fix some of the shortcomings of existing interfaces that apply to SSD usage, and it is promoted by some of the biggest names in the industry. Why EDSFF could be a game changer for SSDs.
Winner of FMS Most Innovative Sustainability Technology
The Flash Memory Summit is the World’s largest and most prestigious storage industry conference and exposition announced today that the Quarch Power Analysis Module was named the winner of Most Innovative Sustainability Technology at Flash Memory Summit 2022.
Fault injecting on Ethernet
We’re using our own tools to help track down a customer issue. The ‘Signal Glitching’ option on Testmonkey, starts with a single 10mS glitch on all pairs. This quickly allowed us to find two issues – an incorrectly set command timeout and a delay in the HD network stack.
Check out the latest features in QPS
Check out the latest features in QPS – full control of PPM output voltage, improved sampling control and more. One aim for QPS 1.20 was to bring in all the features from Testmonkey, so QPS would have control over every feature on the PPM and PAM range.
Testing M.2 Power Loss Notification
The latest revision of the Gen4 M.2 Breaker and Gen4 M.2 PAM Fixture allows testing of all the new signals that were added to the standard. If you are interested in testing drives that support these features, we can arrange an evaluation unit
Quarch Technology expands its Power Analysis range with new fixtures for SSDs and Cable Harnesses
Quarch Technology expands its Power Analysis range, with new fixtures for SSDs and Cable Harnesses. Two new fixtures have been announced for Quarch Technology’s Power Analysis System to support SFF HDD and SSD Form Factors, and cable harnesses
Which enterprise-grade drive outperforms the rest?
We wanted to do a comparison with several drives we had in our labs to see what the differences were between them. Our tests reveal which enterprise-grade drive outperforms the rest. The good news is that if you do not like the FIO workloads we have chosen, you’ll soon be able to select your own! The next release of QCS is planned to have a custom Power Vs Performance test, where you can select one or more of your workload files to run. You can then benefit from our power measurement and reporting while using the exact workloads you want.