Marvell Has A QLC-Capable SSD Controller Delivering 670K IOPS

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2Be_or_Not2Be

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Wait a minute - the title says "Marvell Has A QLC-Capable SSD Controller Delivering 670K IOPS", but the article text says "We saw results over 670,000 IOPS and 3,500 MB/s in the demo with 3D TLC flash." That's TLC - not QLC.

Sorry, Chris, that title seems misleading to me.
 
"Every controller manufacturer is feverishly working to get hardware ready for the low endurance NAND that requires increased error correction technology."
Hooray for low-endurance NAND. Let's make things cheaper and worse. Offload the DRAM while you're at it.
 

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In theory there's a linear trade off. 10x the storage, but 10x fewer writes. But it works out to have the same amount of data written. In cases where you don't delete your data, you'd trade 100x the write cycles for 100x the storage.
 
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