FDISK-8510 3U OpenVPX Storage Module

16TB NVMe storage, 1400 MB/s write speeds, FIPS-140 encryption options, and built-in error correction algorithm

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Capture and protect critical mission, flight and machine learning data with 3U NVMe storage

The FDISK-8510 3U single-slot OpenVPX NVMe module featuring 16 TB of storage, 470 MB/s read speeds and 1400 MB/s write speeds quickly stores raw sensor, mission and flight data.

Built-in error correction algorithm, low UBER rate and FIPS-140-2 encryption option protect data and mitigate risk for data-dependent machine learning and deep learning applications.

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Lower Malfunction Risk and Save Resources

Mercury’s proven 3U avionics modules accelerate safety-critical applications like AI machine vision and augmented reality, expedite the certification process, save aircraft resources and speed subsystem time to market.

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Features

Features

  • Up to 16 TB NVMe storage
  • 450+ MB/s read and 1400+ MB/s write speeds
  • FIPS-140 encryption option
  • Built-in error correction
  • algorithm and low UBER rate
  • Rugged and aircraft ready
Specifications

Storage

  • Up to 16 TB storage (8 or 16 TB options)
    • Secure latch to lock drive in place
  • 2D MLC NAND flash technology
  • Error correction algorithm:
  • BCH 120 bits/2 kbytes
    • Uncorrectable bit error rate (UBER) of 10-18
  • Discrete pin for secure erase and zeroization
  • Encryption options: AES-256 bit or FIPS-140

Fabric Interface

  • PCIe 2.0 x 4 host protocol*
  • Sequential read: 450+ MB/s
  • Sequential write: 1400+ MB/s

 

Mechanical
3U OpenVPX, 1.0" slot pitch, VITA 65

Rugged and Low Power

  • Temperature: -40°C to 85°C card edge
  • Power fail support
  • Static and dynamic wear-leveling support
  • Conduction cooled
  • Low power consumption
    • 8 TB: ~10 W
    • 16 TB: ~13 W
  • Advanced rugged packaging options
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Board Support Packages (BSP)

  • Linux
  • Greenhills
  • DeOS
  • LynxOS
  • PikeOS
  • WindRiver

High-Capacity Storage

Quickly Access and Store More Data

Obtain and respond to time-sensitive information without off-loading data using Mercury’s easily accessible and transportable plug-in storage modules with high-capacity SSD and FLASH memory.  

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Purpose-Built Subsystems

Built For Today, Ready for Tomorrow

By combining our OpenVPX multiprocessing and SBC modules with a complementary portfolio of storage, I/O, networking, GPUs, and software, we create customizable, rugged embedded subsystems that securely operate at the tactical edge.  

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