New 5-nanometer controllers and 7th generation V-NAND memories for the Samsung PM9C1a, new SSDs with up to 70% efficiency per watt
The Korean giant Samsung has launched the new generation of SSD controllers on the market, and will be implemented in the new one Samsung PM9C1a, the M.2 type SSD integrates a controller a 5 nanometers and memory 7th generation V-NAND to offer sequential read performance up to well 6 GB/s, based on an interface PCI Express 4.0.
The SSD in question is primarily meant to be deployed on PC desktop preassemblatiin fact it will be supplied directly to OEMs to install it on notebooks, it will be marketed with denominations of 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB with form factor M.2 2230, 2242 and 2280. Let’s see all the details in the complete article.
Samsung PM9C1a: reached the 7th generation of V-NAND
The new SSD from the Korean manufacturer is the successor of the model PM9B1that we have seen it implemented on various laptops and products on the market. The new PM9C1a offers sequential read and write performance of 6GB/s and 5.6GB/s, respectively. With values of 900.000 IOPS regarding random read performance, e 1 million IOPS in writing, for an efficiency per watt up to 70% greater than its predecessor, this will translate into greater efficiency overall, in fact it is estimated that the laptops that will host the PM9C1a will boast the 10% less standby power.
Our new PM9C1a SSD will offer a solid combination of superior performance, higher energy efficiency and improved security, which are the most important qualities for PC users. We are dedicated to creating memory that meets the diverse and changing needs of the market and continue to drive innovation in the PC SSD industry
These are the words of Yong Ho SongExecutive Vice President of Memory Solution Product & Development di Samsung Electronics.
From a security point of view, however, the new SSD supports the Device Identifier Composition Engine also called DICE created by Trusted Computing Group, important chip it generates cryptographic keys inside the SSD to protect data from supply chain attacks and prevent any tampering with the firmware. If you want to keep learning about the latest news from the hardware world, keep following us. Greetings from TechGameWorld.com.
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