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Tuesday, June 05, 2018
Marvell Launches New NVMe SSD Controller Family for 96-Layer NAND-Based SSDs


Marvell announced its sixth generation of NVMe-based solid-state drive (SSD) controllers for mainstream and high-performance PC client and edge computing SSDs.

The Gen 3x4 PCIe SSD controllers, the 4-channel 88SS1084 and 8-channel 88SS1100, are leveraging a quad-core ARM Cortex-R5 architecture with support for up to 4GB DRAM. The controllers integrate Marvell's fourth generation of NANDEdge technology, offering error correction capabilities to address the demands required to enable future SSD solutions with emerging 96-layer triple level-cell (TLC) and quad level-cell(QLC) NAND architectures.

The SSD controller family can provide up to 3.6GB/s of bandwidth and up to 700,000 input output per second (IOPS). The 88SS1084 and 88SS1100 devices can save system power consumption by supporting lower voltage NAND devices and LPDDR4 DRAM components.

In addition, the 88SS1084 and 88SS1100 use a common hardware and firmware controller architecture with Marvell's recently announced data center and enterprise NVMe controllers, the 88S1088 and 88S1098. This means that SSD makers can re-use the core differentiating elements of their firmware code base across the Marvell portfolio of NVMe and SATA SSD controllers to produce SSD product families optimized for client, data center and enterprise segment requirements.

The 88SS1084 and 88SS1100 SSD controllers are available for purchase now.

Key Features
Features 88SS1100 88SS1084
Processor Quad Cortex R5 CPUs
PCIe Interface PCIe Gen 3x4 
DDR Controller 
Upto 4GB DDR3, DDR4, LPDDR3, LPDDR4 at speeds up to 2400MT/s
32-bit data bus width
2 chip select pins
Flash Controller
8 NAND Channels @ 800MT/s
Compatible with ONFI 2.2/2.3/3.0/4.0,JEDEC mode and Toggle 1.0/2.0/3.0
Hardware RAID
4th generation of Marvell NANDEdge LDPC engine
4 NAND Channels @ 800MT/s
Compatible with ONFI 2.2/2.3/3.0/4.0, JEDEC mode and Toggle 1.0/2.0/3.0
Hardware RAID
4th generation of Marvell NANDEdge LDPC engine
NVMe
NVMe Standard Revision 1.3 compliance
256 outstanding I/O commands
T-10 DIF and end-to-end data protection
Security OTP support for secure drive configuration
AES encryption hardware
Media re-encryption hardware
Temperature Support 0 C to 70 C (Operating)
Applications PC Client Ultra-High Performance SSDs PC Client Mainstream and High-Performance SSDs
Package Available in standard 17mm x 17mm (625 ball) BGA package Available in standard 12mm x 13.5mm (418 ball) BGA package


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