Phison Announces Customizable PCIe Gen4x4 Enterprise SSDs in M.2 2280 and 22110 Form Factors Powered by E18DC PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe Controller

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Phison Electronics Corp. (TPEX: 8299), a global leader in NAND flash controllers and storage solutions, today unveiled two new PCIe Gen4x4 Enterprise Class SSDs: the EPR3750 in M.2 2280 form factor and the EPR3760 in M.2 form factor 22110 form factor.

The EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs are backwards compatible in PCIe Gen3 M.2 slots at even faster speeds while delivering significant performance improvements when paired with PCIe Gen4 chipsets. Additionally, the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs offer faster execution of Quality of Service (QoS) commands with Enterprise SSD firmware. Desktop and server boot applications require consistent and predictable performance from storage. Phison’s new SSDs are ideal for use as boot drives in workstations, servers, and in network-attached storage (NAS) and RAID environments.

Key features of the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs include:

  • Controller – Phison’s award-winning NVMe E18 PCIe Gen4x4 controller for data center applications, the E18DC.
  • Customizable and faster – Similar to all of our SSD product offerings, Phison customizes the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs with our customers’ brand name and logo on the drive and we also make unique firmware changes to optimize performance and power consumption disc for a range of applications. The EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs show significant performance improvements when paired with PCIe Gen4 chipsets. The performance specifications of the EPR3750 in PCIe Gen3 and PCIe Gen4 modes are shown below.

Performance Parameters

PCIe Gen4

PCIe Gen3

Sequential Reads (MB/s)



Sequential Writes (MB/s)



Random Read IOP



Random write IOP



*Note: The EPR3750 1.92TB model was used to generate the above performance figures

  • Faster Quality of Service (QoS) – EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs provide faster execution of QoS commands with Enterprise SSD firmware that responds quickly to the host PC even when the SSD is busy with background operations.
  • Longer term product supply – As the new E1.S form factor becomes more popular for enterprise SSDs, other SSD manufacturers may divert their engineering resources from developing the M.2 form factor, resulting in fewer of SSD manufacturers for 2280 and 22110 products. The EPR3750 and EPR3760 demonstrate Phison’s commitment to its valued customers by enhancing the M.2 2280 and 22110 form factors with the latest controller and NAND technologies.

“The installed base for PCIe Gen3 M.2 2280 and 22110 slots is in the tens of millions. Phison’s commitment to providing enterprise-class PCIe Gen4 SSDs in this form factor that are backwards compatible in PCIe Gen3 slots will be appreciated by many end customers and enterprises who need a reliable source of supply to upgrade. upgrade their PCIe Gen3 Enterprise SSDs to Gen4,” said Don Jeanette, VP of SSD Research for Trendfocus.

“Phison is working closely with our valued partners and flash storage brands to customize the EPR3750 and EPR3760 SSDs, powered by Phison’s PCIe Gen4 E18DC controller, with features to equip their customers with benefits that will meet their demanding applications. said Michael Wu, Phison US President and CEO. “With our customizable SSD platforms that define unique benefits for each customer, our partners are able to scale their own successful businesses with their own brand.”

Availablity: the EPR3750 SSD will be delivered to customers from May 2022, and the EPR3760 SSD will be delivered in the second half of 2022.

About Philo

Phison Electronics Corp. (TPEX: 8299) is a global leader in NAND Flash controller ICs and storage solutions. We provide a variety of services ranging from controller design, system integration, IP licensing to total turnkey solutions, covering applications on SSD (PCIe/SATA/PATA), eMMC, UFS, SD interfaces. and USB, reaching consumer, industrial and enterprise markets. As an active member of industry associations, Phison is a board member of SDA, ONFI, UFSA and contributor for JEDEC, PCI-SIG, MIPI, NVMe and IEEE-SA.

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