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JMicron Announces JMF60F DRAM-less SATA III SSD Controller — Most Cost-Effective Controller On The Market

JMicron Technology Corp., an industry-leading producer of PCIe and SATA SSD controllers, is announcing the most cost-effective SATA III SSD controller on the market today.  The JMF60F is designed as a hard-disk drive (HDD) replacement for computing devices and embedded applications, and replaces the popular JMF608 that was introduced in 2013.

JMicron SSD controller block diagramThe JMF60F utilizes innovative and flexible technology, and is efficient to the point of utilizing a two channel DRAM-less design whose performance is competitive with the four channel designs of other manufacturers. The JMF60F offers superior sequential data transfer speeds — (up t0) over 500 MB/s.  The JMF60F also features cutting edge 72bit/1KB ECC error correction code technology, and supports an ONFi/Toggle 2.0 NAND interface, as well as asynchronous NAND.  It also supports 3x/2x SLC, 2x/1x/1y/1z MLC NANDs for either consumer or industrial applications.

JMicron’s JMF60F outperforms HDDs by a factor of up to 20x (utilizing a 128GB SSD with WriteBooster2 enables at pSLC mode).  It attains sequential read speeds of (up to) 510MB/s and sequential write speeds of (up to) 300MB/s.  Random 4K read speeds are stated as (up to) 17,500 IOPS, with random 4K write speeds of (up to) 26,900 IOPS.  The JMF60F is ideal for entry-level client SSDs intended as an HDD upgrade, and supports both commercial (0-70 degrees Celsius) and industrial grade (-40-85 degrees Celsius) temperature standards.

JMicron JMF608 SSD controller on SSD pcbJMicron designs SSD controllers for demanding usage scenarios that require extreme durability and enhanced data integrity, while still maintaining exceptional read and write performance.  JMicron’s latest generation of SSD controllers support the newest 3D NAND technologies, comprehensive security features, advanced error correction code (ECC) engines and the latest PCIe Gen3 interface. These controllers are able to deliver data transfer speeds of up to 1GB/s, up to 1TB of capacity, and the benefits of an overall lower cost in a smaller form factor.

JMicron logoJMicron will be demonstrating the new cost-effective JMF60F DRAM-less SSD controller at Flash  Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA from August 11-13th. You can visit them at booth #715.

  • Benjamin Hojnik

    Well so much for cost efficiency.
    No TLC or 3D support.

    • renosablast

      Anytime you see the word “announces” in the article’s title, you can pretty much bet that it is covering a press release.

  • Fred

    This site should really tag items such as this with a [slightly modified] press release indication like others do.

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