What are NVMe and PCIe?
  • NVMe and PCIe are often seen together, but actually refers to two different things
  • NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) is a transfer protocol designed specifically for flash memory that replaces the older AHCI (designed for hard-drives)
  • PCIe is an interface, also commonly used for graphics cards, that supersedes the older SATA standard.
The Internet-of-Things is expanding in every industry and is driving up the requirements for high-performance storage. With Innodisk’s 3ME2, PCIe Gen3 is finally available in a robust package that satisfies the strict demands of a truly industrial-grade solution.

The 3ME2 solid state drive (SSD) uses the PCIe Gen3×2 interface, giving it speeds up to 3 times faster than the average SATA device. However, the speed increase is only one side of the coin; the industrial-grade design is equally essential.

The 3ME2 is available in different heatsink-less form factors that all withstand temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C and is rated to 3000 P/E cycles. Furthermore, Innodisk utilizes End-to-End Data Path Protection (ETEP) that secures each data transfer point with LDPC error correction code to ensure data integrity.

If the power supply situation is a concern, the PCIe device can also be fitted with Innodisk’s trio of power stability technology, iData Guard™, iPower Guard™, and iCell™.

Optimized for Industrial Requirements
  • Ready for the demands of IoT with industrial-grade specifications
  • Wide temp -40°C to 85°C
NVMe Speeds
  • The NVMe protocol is optimized for solid state drives
  • Coupled with PCIe, it brings the fastest performance in the industrial market
Stable Performance in Unstable Conditions 
Product Highlights

M.2 (P80) 3ME2

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M.2 (P42) 3ME2

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