LITTLETON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SANBlaze Technologies, Inc. announced today that SANBlaze is participating in the IOL NVMe PCIe Plugfest this week at the University of New Hampshire, actively testing Gen4, Gen3, and U.3 connectivity and providing key performance and conformance indicators to NVMe SSD Drive vendors.
The IOL NVMe PCIe Plugfest is a powerhouse of the latest NVMe technology and SANBlaze helps NVMe Drive vendors to ensure that the NVMe technology passing through their hardware, software, and firmware is working properly and adhering to the latest NVMe specifications. SANBlaze’s newly released Gen4 system, the SANBlaze SBExpress-RM4, is on the forefront of PCIe Gen4 NVMe drive testing.
“We have successfully tested NVMe PCIe Gen4 and Gen3 drives with Intel, Seagate, Western Digital, and Phison,” said Vince Asbridge, President of SANBlaze. “SBExpress-RM4 testing allows NVMe SSD Drive manufacturers to test their state-of-the-art drives in a real-world Gen4 environment with hot plug and power control. Witnessing our new SBExpress-RM4 system successfully testing Gen4 drives is a proud accomplishment for our team who has worked tirelessly to make this happen in record time.”
Last week, SANBlaze attended the IOL NVMe-oF™ Plugfest, testing manufacturers’ NVMe drives over Fabric including Fibre Channel, TCP, and RoCE. Last week’s plugfest, coupled with this week’s plugfest for Native NVMe (PCIe) is a testament to SANBlaze for providing the latest technology to test “NVMe over Everything™”
What’s Next for Gen4?
SANBlaze has opened an exclusive invitation to any NVMe Gen4 drive manufacturer who wants to test their Gen4 drives using the SANBlaze SBExpress-RM4 for free at FMS August 6th – 8th in Santa Clara, California. “Any FMS exhibitor with access to the FMS floor can pre-arrange with SANBlaze to test their Gen4 NVMe drives,” said Vince Asbridge. “This is an exclusive offer where we will test your Gen4 NVMe drives for free during a pre-arranged timeslot, after show hours, using our new SANBlaze SBExpress-RM4.”
Contact SANBlaze to learn more about testing your Gen4 NVMe drives during FMS in Santa Clara.