Phison introduced two new SSD controllers – at least the power consumption is reduced

At the Computex 2023 trade fair in Taiwan, we also saw something new from Phison. The company develops controller circuits for SSD disks.

Phison’s current flagship in SSD controllers on PS5026-E26 controller developed for PCIe 5.0 drives, 12 nanometer manufacturing process, which promises a sequential read speed of 12 gigabytes per second and a sequential write speed of 11 gigabytes per second in the technical data.

Now there are two new circuits that offer slightly more moderate performance. Phison’s new products are PS5031-E31T and PS5027-E27T for DRAM-free PCIe 5.0 and PCIe 4.0 drives.

The first is made with a 7-nanometer manufacturing process that allows moderate power consumption and possibly cooler operation. The latter, on the other hand, is content with a 12 nanometer manufacturing process like its predecessor, the E21T. Both have four memory channels instead of eight.

The operating temperature of PCIe 5.0 drives in particular is quite high, so a possible cooler operation of the E31T would be welcome.

For the PS5031-E31T controller, Phison promises the highest sequential read and write speed of 10.8 gigabytes per second. The PS5027-E27T controller, on the other hand, promises sequential read and write speeds of 7400 and 6700 megabytes per second.

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