Concurrent: XMC storage module for high-performance command and control applications

Concurrent Technologies announces a new XMC storage product that is designed to provide very high sustained read/write performance when mated to the company’s XMC host products including processor, switch and carrier boards.

XM 620/x01 is an XMC module with two M.2 sites, each of which supports Type 2242, 2260 and 2280 M.2 storage devices.  Each M.2 device has a x4 PCI Express (M-key) connection to the host card to optimize performance dependent on the devices fitted. Concurrent Technologies offers XM 620/x01 fitted with up to two M.2 devices that are suitable for long life applications and have a typical capacity of 256 or 512GB with sustained read/write rates of 1571/578 MB/s respectively.  When fitted with high capacity consumer grade M.2 devices and used in a striped RAID configuration, Concurrent Technologies has measured up to 6997/4128 MB/s read/write rates.  It is expected that the embedded storage device providers will match the performance of today’s consumer grade devices and XM 620/x01 will then be able to support up to 2TB of high performance direct attached storage for long life-cycle deployments.

The product is designed to suit many high-performance command and control applications in the military and aerospace markets that need mission sufficient storage capacity.  XM 620/x01 is attractive as it provides a single slot solid-state storage solution when mated to a host processor card, thereby minimizing the solution Size, Weight and Power envelope within a rugged environment.

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