Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., will share upcoming consumer and enterprise solutions at CES 2020.
Kingston will demo:
- Canvas Plus Flash cards: A refresh offering higher speeds including UHS-II and high capacities as well as the new MobileLite Plus readers engineered to support the maximum speeds of the Canvas Plus line.
- NVMe PCIe Gen 4.0 M.2 SSD: A sneak peek at Kingston’s first Gen 4.0 NVMe SSD for consumers shipping later this year.
- Embedded Products: A look at everyday consumer products powered by Kingston.
- Data Center NVMe SSDs in both U.2 and M.2 form factors: Designed to deliver predictable low-latency and I/O consistency as the key performance
- For internal drive bay upgrades, hyperscale data center servers and Cloud service providers requiring high-performance storage.
- Data Center SATA SSD (DC450R, DC500R) capacity addition: A 7.68TB SSD for Cloud-hosting companies and other data centers in need of more storage.
Kingston's upcoming mid-range M.2 NVMe SSD has the latest PCI-Express 4.0 x4 host interface. Ccodenamed "Grandview," this SSD will be launched later this year as a high cost-performance product under the company's marquee or HyperX brand.
Available in capacities ranging between 500 GB and 2 TB, the drive is powered by Marvell "Whistler Plus" 12 nm controller that has 4 flash channels, and 1.2 GT/s per channel bandwidth. it is not clear whether it uses TLC or QLC NAND flash, or its performance numbers.
Also on display will be the "Seccos," Kingston's new PCI-Express 3.0 x4 drive that uses an 8-channel controller, and 3D TLC NAND flash, with capacities ranging between 250 GB to 2 TB. Seccos offers 3,449 MB/s sequential reads and 2,839 MB/s sequential writes.