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Mobiveil targets NVM Express-based PCIe-SSD sol'n

Posted: 19 Aug 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Mobiveil  NVM Express Controller IP  PCIe-SSD  FPGA  solid state drive 

Mobiveil has announced the availability of all key IP components for an integrated NVM Express based solid state drive (SSD) solution. SSD fills the increasing gap in the price/performance of DRAM and hard drives. This NVM Express Controller IP provides FPGA and SoC designers a proven solution to shorten their time to market, indicated the company.

At the centre of its integrated PCIe based flash controller solution, Mobiveil offers what it describes as a highly configurable and feature rich NVM Express controller IP core (UNEX) compliant with NVMe specification version 1.1. UNEX controller is available with AXI interface for easy integration in to FPGAs and SoCs targeting high performance SSD solutions. Other IP components in the sub-system include highly configurable silicon proven PCI Express Gen3 (GPEX), DDR4/3 and ONFI controllers. To enable faster product development for its customers, Mobiveil with its overall IC and System expertise also offers a complete FPGA development platform with board support package and low level drivers to validate the solution against their user applications, stated the firm.

Mobiveil's NVMe compliant UNEX controller supports host memory page sizes of up to 128MB, provides well defined and highly efficient command interface for local processors, provides configurability for a number of IO queues and associated depth, and supports all optional NVM Express administrative and I/O commands. It provides highly efficient DMA Engine for performance critical IO operations with support for both PRP and SGL based host memory accesses.





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