AFM

 

Descriptions
Phison’s AFM (ATA Flash Module) is a non-volatile, solid state data storage disk. Given the advantages of lower power consumption, greater ruggedness, higher MTBF and other attracting features, Solid State Drive (SSD) is gradually becoming a mainstream to replace conventional Hard Disk Drive (HDD). Due to lack of any mechanical components, SSD provides a more robust and cost effective storage solution for any embedded application. Since AFM comes with a standard ATA interface which is fully compatible with traditional HDD, designers will find AFM as an easy solution for integration in PC-based systems.

Product Features
 Supports host interface with IDE (PATA)
 512 Bytes/Sector
 ATA command set compatible
 Provides 4-channel performance1 for both SLC/MLC-based flash memory
       SLC2: Read/Write (MB/s) = 85/80
       MLC3: Read/Write (MB/s) = 85/65
Max. capacity up to 128GB
 Intelligent ATA/IDE Module
 Built-in embedded flash file system
 mplemented with both dynamic and static wear-leveling algorithms to increase endurance of flash media
 Strong ECC hardware design, correcting up to 68-bit random error per 1K byte

Remark
 The results are based on HDBench with Phison’s latest PATA controller – PS3016-P9 + Windows XP.
     Based on Toshiba 24nm 4K SLC
     Based on Toshiba 19nm 16K MLC

 Datasheet : PS3016-P9 AFM simplified datasheet.pdf