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Capacity: 60/120/180/240/480 GB
Components:
— Intel® 25nm NAND Flash Memory
— Multi-Level Cell (MLC)
Form Factor: 2.5-inch
Thickness: 7 mm and 9.5 mm
— 7 mm: 120/180/240 GB
— 9.5 mm: 60/120/180/240/480 GB
Weight: Up to 78 grams
SATA 6Gb/s Bandwidth Performance1
(Iometer* Queue Depth 32)
— Sustained Sequential Read: Up to 550 MB/s
— Sustained Sequential Write: Up to 520 MB/s
Read and Write IOPS1
(Iometer Queue Depth 32)
— Random 4 KB Reads: Up to 50,000 IOPS
— Random 4 KB Writes: Up to 80,000 IOPS2
Latency (average sequential)
— Read: 80 µs (TYP)
— Write: 85 µs (TYP)
Data Compression
AES 256-bit Encryption
End-to-End Data Protection
Compatibility
— Intel® SSD Toolbox with Intel® SSD Optimizer
— Intel® Data Migration Software
— Intel® Rapid Storage Technology
— Intel® 6 Series Express Chipsets
(with SATA 6Gb/s)
— SATA Revision 3.0
— ACS-2
— SSD-enhanced SMART ATA feature set
— Native Command Queuing (NCQ)
command set
— Data Set Management Command
Trim attribute
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Power Management
— 5 V SATA Supply Rail
— SATA Link Power Management (LPM)
Power
— Active (MobileMark* 2007 Workload):
850 mW (TYP)
— Idle: 600 mW (TYP)
Temperature
— Operating: 0o C to 70o C
— Non-Operating: -55o C to 95o C
Reliability
— Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER):
16 bits read
< 1 sector per 10
— Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF):
1,200,000 hours
Shock (operating and non-operating):
1,500 G/0.5 msec
Vibration
— Operating: 2.17 GRMS (5-700 Hz)
— Non-operating: 3.13 GRMS (5-800 Hz)
Certifications and Declarations:
— UL*
— CE*
— C-Tick*
— BSMI*
— KCC*
— Microsoft* WHQL
— VCCI*
— SATA-IO*
Product Ecological Compliance
— RoHS*
1. Performance values vary by capacity.
2. Random 4 KB writes measured using out-of-box SSD.
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Contents
1.0
Overview ................................................................................................................... 5
2.0
Product Specifications ............................................................................................... 6
2.1
Capacity ............................................................................................................ 6
2.2
Performance ....................................................................................................... 6
2.3
Electrical Characteristics....................................................................................... 8
2.4
Environmental Conditions ..................................................................................... 8
2.5
Product Regulatory Compliance ............................................................................. 9
2.6
Reliability ......................................................................................................... 10
2.7
Hot Plug Support............................................................................................... 10
3.0
Mechanical Information ........................................................................................... 11
4.0
Pin and Signal Descriptions ..................................................................................... 13
4.1
Pin Locations .................................................................................................... 13
4.2
Signal Descriptions ............................................................................................ 13
4.2.1 Connector Pin Signal Definitions ............................................................... 13
4.2.2 Power Pin Signal Definitions..................................................................... 14
5.0
Supported Command Sets........................................................................................ 15
5.1
ATA General Feature Command Set ..................................................................... 15
5.2
Power Management ........................................................................................... 15
5.3
Security Mode Feature Set.................................................................................. 16
5.4
SMART Command Set ........................................................................................ 16
5.4.1 SMART Attributes ................................................................................... 17
5.4.2 SMART Logs .......................................................................................... 19
5.5
Device Statistics................................................................................................ 19
5.6
SMART Command Transport (SCT) ...................................................................... 20
5.7
Data Set Management Command Set ................................................................... 20
5.8
Host Protected Area Command Set ...................................................................... 20
5.9
48-Bit Address Command Set ............................................................................. 20
5.10 General Purpose Log Command Set ..................................................................... 21
5.11 Native Command Queuing .................................................................................. 21
5.12 Software Settings Preservation............................................................................ 21
5.13 SATA Link Power Management (LPM) ................................................................... 21
6.0
Certifications and Declarations ................................................................................ 22
7.0
References .............................................................................................................. 23
8.0
Terms and Acronyms ............................................................................................... 23
9.0
Revision History ...................................................................................................... 24
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IDENTIFY DEVICE Command Data ........................................................................... 25
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Overview
This document describes the specifications and capabilities of the Cherryville SolidState Drive (SSD)1.
Cherryville delivers leading performance for Serial Advanced Technology Attachment
(SATA)-based computers in capacities ranging up to 480 GB.
By combining Intel's leading 25nm NAND flash memory technology with SATA 6Gb/s
interface support, Cherryville delivers sequential read speeds of up to 550 MB/s and
sequential write speeds of up to 520 MB/s.
The industry-standard 2.5-inch form factor enables interchangeability with existing
hard disk drives (HDDs) and native SATA HDD drop-in replacement with the enhanced
performance, reliability, and ruggedness offered by an SSD.
As compared to standard SATA HDDs, Cherryville offers these key features:
• High I/O and throughput performance
• Increased system responsiveness
• High reliability
• Enhanced ruggedness
Cherryville also offers additional key features such as:
• Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit Encryption
AES 256-bit encryption is an industry standard in data security, providing a
hardware-based mechanism for encryption and decryption of user data. Utilizing a
256-bit encryption key, AES encryption — when combined with an ATA drive
password — helps protect user data.
• End-to-End Data Protection
End-to-end data protection helps protect data from being corrupted across the data
path by using cyclic redundancy check (CRC), parity, and error correction code
(ECC) checks in the data path from the host interface to the NAND, and back.
• Data Compression
Data compression helps improve performance and endurance by automatically
compressing information sent to the SSD so that less data has to be processed and
stored on the NAND. The amount of data that can be compressed depends on the
application and workload.
1. Cherryville is currently not validated for data center usage.
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Product Specifications
2.1
Capacity
Table 1.
User Addressable Sectors
Unformatted Capacity
(Total User Addressable Sectors in LBA Mode)
Cherryville SSD
60 GB
117,231,408
120 GB
234,441,648
180 GB
351,651,888
240 GB
468,862,128
480 GB
937,703,088
Notes: 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes; 1 sector = 512 bytes.
LBA count shown represents total user storage capacity and will remain the same throughout the life of the drive.
The total usable capacity of the SSD may be less than the total physical capacity because a small portion of the capacity is
used for NAND flash management and maintenance purposes.
2.2
Performance
The data compression engine in the Cherryville controller optimizes performance based
on the data pattern of the workload.
This section provides both compressible and incompressible Input/Output Operations
Per Second (IOPS) and sustained sequential read and write bandwidth specifications.
Table 2.
Compressible Performance
Cherryville SSD
Specification
Unit
60 GB
120 GB
180 GB
240 GB
480 GB
Random 4 KB Read (up to)
IOPS
15,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
Random 4 KB Write (up to)1
IOPS
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
50,000
Random 4 KB Write (TYP)
IOPS
23,000
40,000
60,000
60,000
42,000
Sequential Read (up to)3
SATA 6Gb/s
SATA 3Gb/s
MB/s
550
280
550
280
550
280
550
280
550
280
Sequential Write (up to)3
SATA 6Gb/s
SATA 3Gb/s
MB/s
475
245
500
260
520
260
520
260
520
260
2
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
Random 4 KB write performance measured using out-of-box SSD.
Performance measured using Iometer* with Queue Depth 32. Measurements are performed on
8 GB of Logical Block Address (LBA) range on a full SSD.
Performance measured using Iometer with Queue Depth 32.
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Table 3.
Incompressible Performance
Cherryville SSD
Specification
Unit
60 GB
120 GB
180 GB
240 GB
480 GB
1
1
1
Random 4 KB Read (up to)
IOPS
12,000
18,0002
24,000
35,0002
46,000
56,0002
46,000
56,0002
46,0001
56,0002
Random 4 KB Write (up to)
IOPS
6,9001
22,0002
13,0001
42,0002
13,0001
54,0002
16,5001
60,0002
9,5001
36,0002
Sequential Read (up to)
MB/s
4301
4752
5501
5152
5501
4852
5501
5152
5501
5002
Sequential Write (up to)
MB/s
801
852
1501
1702
1701
2402
2351
2952
2751
2352
Notes:
1.
2.
Table 4.
1
Performance measured using Iometer with Queue Depth 32. Measurements are performed on
8 GB of Logical Block Address (LBA) range.
Performance measured with incompressible data using AS-SSD* benchmark, where
MB/s = 1,048,576 bytes/second.
Latency
Cherryville SSD
Specification
60 GB
120 GB
180 GB
240 GB
480 GB
1
Latency
Read
Write
Power On To Ready2
80 µs (TYP)
85 µs (TYP)
2 s (TYP)
Notes: 1. Based on sequential 4 KB using Iometer with Queue Depth 1 workload with compressible (non-random) data pattern.
Write Cache Enabled.
2. Power On To Ready time assumes proper shutdown.
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2.3
Electrical Characteristics
Table 5.
Operating Voltage and Power Consumption
Electrical Characteristics
Value
Operating Voltage for 5 V (±5%)
Min
Max
4.75 V
5.25 V
Power Consumption (TYP)
Active1
Idle2
850 mW
600 mW
Notes:
1.
Active power measured during execution of MobileMark* 2007 with SATA Link Power Management (LPM) enabled.
2.
Idle power defined as SSD at idle with SATA Link Power Management (LPM) enabled.
2.4
Environmental Conditions
Table 6.
Temperature, Shock, Vibration
Temperature
Range
Case Temperature
Operating
Non-operating
0 – 70 oC
-55 – 95 oC
Temperature Gradient1
Operating
Non-operating
30 (TYP) oC/hr
30 (TYP) oC/hr
Humidity
Operating
Non-operating
5 – 95 %
5 – 95 %
Shock and Vibration
Range
2
Shock
Operating
Non-operating
1,500 G (Max) at 0.5 msec
1,500 G (Max) at 0.5 msec
Vibration3
Operating
Non-operating
2.17 GRMS (5-700 Hz) Max
3.13 GRMS (5-800 Hz) Max
Notes:
1.
Temperature gradient measured without condensation.
2.
Shock specifications assume the SSD is mounted securely with the input vibration applied to the drive-mounting screws.
Stimulus may be applied in the X, Y or Z axis. Shock specification is measured using Root Mean Squared (RMS) value.
3.
Vibration specifications assume the SSD is mounted securely with the input vibration applied to the drive-mounting
screws. Stimulus may be applied in the X, Y or Z axis. Vibration specification is measured using Root Mean Squared (RMS)
value.
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Product Regulatory Compliance
Cherryville meets or exceeds the regulatory or certification requirements in Table 7.
Table 7.
Product Regulatory Compliance Specifications
Description
Region for which
conformity declared
European Union Low Voltage
Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC
EN 60950-1 2nd edition for Information Technology Equipment Safety - Part 1: General Requirements
European Union
UL/CSA 60950-1, Second Edition
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-07
Second Edition
Information Technology Equipment - Safety - Part 1:
General Requirements
CFR Title 47 Part 15
Radio Frequency Devices - Subpart B (Unintentional Radiators)
Title
USA/Canada
USA
ICES-003 Issue 4
Interference Causing Equipment Standard
EN 55022:2006
Information technology equipment Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
European Union
CNS 14348:2006
Information technology equipment Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
Taiwan
VCCI V3/2010.04
Information technology equipment Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
Japan
KN22 (2008-5)
Information technology equipment Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
Korea
CISPR 22:2006
Information technology equipment Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
International
EN 55024:1998
Information technology equipment Immunity characteristics Limits and methods of measurement (CISPR 24:1997, modified)
European Union
KN24 (2008-5)
Information technology equipment Immunity characteristics Limits and methods of measurement (CISPR 24:1997, modified)
Korea
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Reliability
Cherryville meets or exceeds SSD endurance and data retention requirements as
specified in the JESD218 specification.
Reliability specifications are listed in Table 8.
Table 8.
Reliability Specifications
Parameter
Value
Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER)
Uncorrectable bit error rate will not exceed one sector in the
specified number of bits read. In the unlikely event of a
nonrecoverable read error, the SSD will report it as a read failure to
the host; the sector in error is considered corrupt and is not
returned to the host.
< 1 sector in 1016 bits read
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
Mean Time Between Failures is estimated based on Telcordia*
methodology and demonstrated through Reliability Demonstration
Test (RDT).
1,200,000 hours
Minimum Useful Life/Endurance Rating
The SSD will have a minimum of five years of useful life under
typical client workloads with up to 20 GB of host writes per day.
5 years
Insertion Cycles
The SSD supports up to 250 insertion/removal cycles on SATA/
power cable.
2.7
250 insertion/removal cycles
Hot Plug Support
Hot Plug insertion and removal is supported in the presence of a proper connector and
appropriate operation system, as described in the SATA 3.0 specification.
This product supports asynchronous signal recovery and issues an unsolicited COMINIT
when first mated with a powered connector to guarantee reliable detection by a host
system without hardware device detection.
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Mechanical Information
Figure 1 shows the physical package information for the 7mm height 2.5-inch
Cherryville SSD. All dimensions are in millimeters.
Figure 1.
Dimensions for 7mm 2.5-inch Form Factor
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Figure 2 shows the physical package information for the 9.5mm height 2.5-inch
Cherryville SSD. All dimensions are in millimeters.
Figure 2.
Dimensions for 9.5mm 2.5-inch Form Factor
9.50 ±0.20
C
61.72
SECTION C-C
9.40
90.60
90.60
100.45 Max
69.85 0.20
E
14
14
D
C
3
4.80
0.30
3.50 ±0.38
0.50
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Pin and Signal Descriptions
4.1
Pin Locations
Figure 3.
Layout of Signal and Power Segment Pins
Signal Segment S1
Note:
Power Segment P1
2.5-inch connector supports in-built latching capability.
4.2
Signal Descriptions
4.2.1
Connector Pin Signal Definitions
Table 9.
Serial ATA Connector Pin Signal Definitions
Note:
Pin
Function
S1
Ground
S2
A+
S3
A-
S4
Ground
S5
B-
S6
B+
S7
Ground
Definition
1st mate
Differential signal pair A
1st mate
Differential signal pair B
1st mate
Key and spacing separate signal and power segments.
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4.2.2
Power Pin Signal Definitions
Table 10.
Pin
Serial ATA Power Pin Definitions
1
Name
Definition
Mating Order
P12
V33
3.3 V Power; not used
2nd Mate
2
V33
3.3 V Power; not used
2nd Mate
P32
V33
3.3 V Power; not used
1st Mate
P2
P43,4
Ground
1st Mate
P53
Ground
1st Mate
3
Ground
P6
1st Mate
P73,5
V5
5 V Power
1st Mate
3,5
V5
5 V Power
2nd Mate
P93,5
V5
5 V Power
2nd Mate
P103
Ground
P116
DAS
Device Activity Signal
2nd Mate
P8
P123, 4
1st Mate
Ground
1st Mate
P132
V12
12 V Power; not used
1st Mate
P142
V12
12 V Power; not used
2nd Mate
P152
V12
12 V Power; not used
2nd Mate
Notes:
1.
All pins are in a single row, with a 1.27 mm (0.050-inch) pitch.
2.
Pins P1, P2 and P3 are connected together; Pins P13, P14 and P15 are connected together. Although they are not
connected internally to the device, the host may apply voltage on these pins.
3.
The mating sequence is:
• Ground pins P4-P6, P10, P12 and the 5V power pin P7.
• Signal pins and the rest of the 5V power pins P8-P9.
4.
Ground connectors P4 and P12 may contact before the other 1st mate pins in both the power and signal connectors to
discharge ESD in a suitably configured backplane connector.
5.
Power pins P7, P8, and P9 are internally connected to one another within the device.
6.
The host may ground P11 if it is not used for Device Activity Signal (DAS).
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Supported Command Sets
Cherryville supports all mandatory Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) and
Serial ATA (SATA) commands defined in the ACS-2 and SATA Revision 3.0
specifications. The mandatory and optional commands are defined in this section.
5.1
ATA General Feature Command Set
General Feature command set (non-PACKET), which consists of:
• EXECUTE DEVICE DIAGNOSTIC
• FLUSH CACHE
• IDENTIFY DEVICE
Note:
See Appendix A, “IDENTIFY DEVICE Command Data” on page 25 for details on the sector data
returned after issuing an IDENTIFY DEVICE command.
• READ DMA
• READ SECTOR(S)
• READ VERIFY SECTOR(S)
• SEEK
• SET FEATURES
• WRITE DMA
• WRITE SECTOR(S)
• READ MULTIPLE
• SET MULTIPLE MODE
• WRITE MULTIPLE
The Cherryville SSD also supports the following optional commands:
• READ BUFFFER
• WRITE BUFFER
• NOP
• DOWNLOAD MICROCODE
5.2
Power Management
Cherryville supports several power management feature sets as defined by the ATA
specification: general Power Management feature set, Advanced Power Management
feature set, and Power-Up In Standby (PUIS) feature set.
The Advanced Power Management and PUIS features can be enabled or disabled using
the SET FEATURES command.
The Power Management feature set includes the following commands:
• CHECK POWER MODE
• IDLE
• IDLE IMMEDIATE
• SLEEP
• STANDBY
• STANDBY IMMEDIATE
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Security Mode Feature Set
Cherryville supports the Security Mode command set, which consists of:
• SECURITY SET PASSWORD
• SECURITY UNLOCK
• SECURITY ERASE PREPARE
• SECURITY ERASE UNIT
• SECURITY FREEZE LOCK
• SECURITY DISABLE PASSWORD
5.4
SMART Command Set
Cherryville supports the SMART command set, which consists of:
• SMART READ DATA
• SMART READ ATTRIBUTE THRESHOLDS
• SMART ENABLE/DISABLE ATTRIBUTE AUTOSAVE
• SMART SAVE ATTRIBUTE VALUES
• SMART EXECUTE OFF-LINE IMMEDIATE
• SMART READ LOG SECTOR
• SMART WRITE LOG SECTOR
• SMART ENABLE OPERATIONS
• SMART DISABLE OPERATIONS
• SMART RETURN STATUS
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5.4.1
SMART Attributes
Table 11 lists the SMART attributes supported by the Cherryville SSD; Table 12 on
page 19 lists the corresponding status flags and threshold settings.
Table 11.
SMART Attributes
ID
Status Flags1
Attribute
Threshold
SP
EC
ER
PE
OC
PW
05h
Re-allocated Sector Count
The raw value of this attribute shows the
number of retired blocks since leaving the
factory (grown defect count).
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
09h
Power-On Hours Count
The raw value reports two values: the first
4 bytes report the cumulative number of
power-on hours over the life of the device,
the remaining bytes report the number of
milliseconds since the last hour increment.
The On/Off status of the Device Initiated
Power Management (DIPM) feature will
affect the number of hours reported. If DIPM
is turned On, the recorded value for
power-on hours does not include the time
that the device is in a "slumber" state. If
DIPM is turned Off, the recorded value for
power-on hours should match the clock
time, as all three device states are counted:
active, idle and slumber.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
0Ch
Power Cycle Count
The raw value of this attribute reports the
cumulative number of power cycle events
over the life of the device.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
AAh
Available Reserved Space
1
1
0
0
1
1
10
ABh
Program Fail Count
The raw value of this attribute shows total
count of program fails and the normalized
value, beginning at 100, shows the percent
remaining of allowable program fails.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
ACh
Erase Fail Count
The raw value of this attribute shows total
count of erase fails and the normalized
value, beginning at 100, shows the percent
remaining of allowable erase fails.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
AEh
Unexpected Power Loss
The raw value of this attribute reports the
cumulative number of unsafe (unclean)
shutdown events over the life of the device.
An unsafe shutdown occurs whenever the
device is powered off without STANDBY
IMMEDIATE being the last command
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
B8h
End-to-End Error Detection Count
Reports number of errors encountered
during logical block address (LBA) tag
checks, within the SSD data path.
1
1
0
0
1
1
90
BBh
Uncorrectable Error Count
The raw value shows the count of errors
that could not be recovered using Error
Correction Code (ECC).
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
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Table 11.
SMART Attributes (Continued)
ID
Attribute
Status Flags1
Threshold
SP
EC
ER
PE
OC
PW
C0h
Power-Off Retract Count (Unsafe Shutdown
Count)
The raw value of this attribute reports the
cumulative number of unsafe (unclean)
shutdown events over the life of the device.
An unsafe shutdown occurs whenever the
device is powered off without STANDBY
IMMEDIATE being the last command.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
E1h
Host Writes
The raw value of this attribute reports the
total number of sectors written by the host
system. The raw value is increased by 1 for
every 65,536 sectors (32MB) written by
the host.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
E2h
Timed Workload Media Wear
Measures the wear seen by the SSD (since
reset of the workload timer, attribute E4h),
as a percentage of the maximum rated
cycles.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
E3h
Timed Workload Host Read/Write Ratio
Shows the percentage of I/O operations
that are read operations (since reset of the
workload timer, attribute E4h).
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
E4h
Timed Workload Timer
Measures the elapsed time (number of
minutes since starting this workload timer).
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
E8h
Available Reserved Space
This attribute reports the number of reserve
blocks remaining. The normalized value
begins at 100 (64h), which corresponds to
100 percent availability of the reserved
space. The threshold value for this attribute
is 10 percent availability.
1
1
0
0
1
1
10
E9h
Media Wearout Indicator
This attribute reports the number of cycles
the NAND media has undergone. The
normalized value declines linearly from 100
to 1 as the average erase cycle count
increases from 0 to the maximum rated
cycles.
Once the normalized value reaches 1, the
number will not decrease, although it is likely
that significant additional wear can be put
on the device.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
F1h
Total LBAs Written
The raw value of this attribute reports the
total number of sectors written by the host
system. The raw value is increased by 1 for
every 65,536 sectors (32MB) written by
the host.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
F2h
Total LBAs Read
The raw value of this attribute reports the
total number of sectors read by the host
system. The raw value is increased by 1 for
every 65,536 sectors (32MB) read by
the host.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
F9h
Total NAND Writes
Raw value reports the number of writes to
NAND in 1 GB increments.
1
1
0
0
1
0
0 (none)
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Table 12 defines the SMART Attribute status flags.
Table 12.
5.4.2
SMART Attribute Status Flags
Status
Flag
Description
Value = 0
Value = 1
SP
Self-preserving attribute
Not a self-preserving attribute
Self-preserving attribute
EC
Event count attribute
Not an event count attribute
Event count attribute
ER
Error rate attribute
Not an error rate attribute
Error rate attribute
PE
Performance attribute
Not a performance attribute
Performance attribute
OC
Online collection attribute
Collected only during offline activity
Collected during both offline and
online activity
PW
Pre-fail warranty attribute
Advisory
Pre-fail
SMART Logs
Cherryville implements the following Log Addresses: 00h, 02h, 03h, 06h, and 07h.
Cherryville implements host vendor specific logs (addresses 80h-9Fh) as read and write
scratchpads, where the default value is zero (0). Cherryville SSD does not write any
specific values to these logs unless directed by the host through the appropriate
commands.
Cherryville also implements a device vendor specific log at address A9h as a read-only
log area with a default value of zero (0).
5.5
Device Statistics
In addition to the SMART attribute structure, statistics pertaining to the operation and
health of the Cherryville SSD can be reported to the host on request through the
Device Statistics log as defined in the ATA specification.
The Device Statistics log is a read-only GPL/SMART log located at read log address
0x04 and is accessible using READ LOG EXT, READ LOG DMA EXT or SMART READ LOG
commands.
Table 13 lists the Device Statistics supported by the Cherryville SSD.
Table 13.
Device Statistics Log
Page
0x00
0x01 - General Statistics
0x04 - General Errors Statistics
0x06 - Transport Statistics
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List of Supported Pages
Equivalent SMART attribute if
applicable
-
0x08
Power Cycle Count
0Ch
0x10
Power-On Hours
09h
0x18
Logical Sectors Written
E1h
0x20
Num Write Commands - incremented
by one for every host write command
0x28
Logical Sectors Read
F2h
0x30
Num Read Commands - incremented
by one for every host write command
0x08
Num Reported Uncorrectable Errors
0x10
Num Resets Between Command
Acceptance and Completion
-
0x08
Num Hardware Resets
-
0x10
Num ASR Events
-
0x18
Num Interface CRC Errors
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Table 13.
Device Statistics Log (Continued)
Page
Offset
0x07 - Solid State Device Statistics
5.6
0x08
Description
Percentage Used Endurance Indicator
Equivalent SMART attribute if
applicable
E9h
This statistic counts up from 0
rather than down from 100, and
may go beyond 100 for drives that
exceed their expected lifetime.
SMART Command Transport (SCT)
With SMART Command Transport (SCT), a host can send commands and data to an
SSD and receive status and data from an SSD using standard write/read commands to
manipulate two SMART Logs:
• Log Address E0h ("SCT Command/Status") — used to send commands and retrieve
status
• Log Address E1h ("SCT Data Transfer") — used to transport data
5.7
Data Set Management Command Set
Cherryville supports the Data Set Management command set Trim attribute, which
consists of:
• DATA SET MANAGEMENT
5.8
Host Protected Area Command Set
Cherryville supports the Host Protected Area command set, which consists of:
• READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS
• SET MAX ADDRESS
• READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS EXT
• SET MAX ADDRESS EXT
5.9
48-Bit Address Command Set
Cherryville supports the 48-bit Address command set, which consists of:
• FLUSH CACHE EXT
• READ DMA EXT
• READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS
• READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS EXT
• READ SECTOR(S) EXT
• READ VERIFY SECTOR(S) EXT
• SET MAX ADDRESS EXT
• WRITE DMA EXT
• WRITE MULTIPLE EXT
• WRITE SECTOR(S) EXT
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5.10
General Purpose Log Command Set
Cherryville supports the General Purpose Log command set, which consists of:
• READ LOG EXT
• WRITE LOG EXT
• READ LOG DMA EXT
• WRITE LOG DMA EXT
5.11
Native Command Queuing
Cherryville supports the Native Command Queuing (NCQ) command set, which
includes:
• READ FPDMA QUEUED
• WRITE FPDMA QUEUED
Note:
5.12
With a maximum queue depth equal to 32.
Software Settings Preservation
Cherryville supports the SET FEATURES parameter to enable/disable the preservation
of software settings.
5.13
SATA Link Power Management (LPM)
Cherryville supports the SET FEATURES parameter to enable Device Initiated Power
Management (DIPM). Cherryville also supports Host Initiated Power Management
(HIPM).
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6.0
Certifications and Declarations
Table 14 describes the Device Certifications supported by the Cherryville SSD.
Table 14.
Device Certifications and Declarations
Certification
Description
CE Compliant
Low Voltage DIRECTIVE 2006/95/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
of 12 December 2006, and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF
THE COUNCIL of 15 December 2004.
UL Certified
Certified Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Bi-National Component Recognition; UL 60950-1, 2nd
Edition, 2007-03-27 (Information Technology Equipment - Safety - Part 1: General Requirements)
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07, 2nd Edition, 2007-03 (Information Technology Equipment - Safety Part 1: General Requirements)
C-Tick Compliant
Compliance with the Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS3548 and Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) Framework requirements of the Australian Communication Authority (ACA).
BSMI Compliant
Compliance to the Taiwan EMC standard CNS 13438: Information technology equipment - Radio
disturbance Characteristics - limits and methods of measurement, as amended on June 1, 2006, is
harmonized with CISPR 22: 2005.04.
KCC
Compliance with paragraph 1 of Article 11 of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Control Regulation
and meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Framework requirements of the Radio Research
Laboratory (RRL) Ministry of Information and Communication Republic of Korea.
Microsoft WHQL
Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs
RoHS Compliant
Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive
VCCI
Voluntary Control Council for Interface to cope with disturbance problems caused by personal
computers or facsimile.
SATA-IO
Indicates certified logo program from Serial ATA International Organization.
Low Halogen
Applies only to brominated and chlorinated flame retardants (BFRs/CFRs) and PVC in the final
product. Intel components as well as purchased components on the finished assembly meet JS-709
requirements, and the PCB/substrate meet IEC 61249-2-21 requirements. The replacement of
halogenated flame retardants and/or PVC may not be better for the environment.
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7.0
References
Table 15 identifies the standards information referenced in this document.
Table 15.
Standards References
Date or
Rev. #
Title
Location
Sept 2010
Solid-State Drive (SSD) Requirements and Endurance Test Method
(JESD218)
http://www.jedec.org/standardsdocuments/docs/jesd218/
Dec 2008
VCCI
http://www.vcci.jp/vcci_e/
June 2009
RoHS
http://qdms.intel.com/
Click Search MDDS Database and search
for material description datasheet
August 2009
ACS-2 Specification
http://www.t13.org/
June 2009
Serial ATA Revision 3.0
http://www.sata-io.org/
May 2006
SFF-8223, 2.5-inch Drive w/Serial Attachment Connector
http://www.sffcommittee.org/
SFF-8201, 2.5-inch drive form factor
http://www.sffcommittee.org/
Compliance with EN 55022:1998 Information technology
equipment - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and
methods of measurement CISPR 22:1997 (Modified)
http://www.iec.ch/
May 2005
8.0
Terms and Acronyms
Table 16 defines the terms and acronyms used in this document.
Table 16.
Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
Term
Definition
ATA
Advanced Technology Attachment
DAS
Device Activity Signal
DIPM
Device Initiated Power Management
DMA
Direct Memory Access
EXT
Extended
FPDMA
First Party Direct Memory Access
GB
Gigabyte (1,000,000,000 bytes)
Note: The total usable capacity of the SSD may be less than the total physical capacity because a
small portion of the capacity is used for NAND flash management and maintenance purposes.
HDD
Hard Disk Drive
HIPM
Host Initiated Power Management
I/O
Input/Output
IOPS
Input/Output Operations Per Second
KB
Kilobyte (1,024 bytes)
LBA
Logical Block Address
LPM
Link Power Management
MB
Megabyte (1,000,000 bytes)
MLC
Multi-level Cell
MTBF
Mean Time Between Failures
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Table 16.
Glossary of Terms and Acronyms (Continued)
Term
Definition
NCQ
Native Command Queuing
NOP
No Operation
PIO
Programmed Input/Output
RDT
Reliability Demonstration Test
RMS
Root Mean Squared
SATA
Serial Advanced Technology Attachment
SMART
Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology
SSD
Solid-State Drive
TYP
Typical
UBER
Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate
9.0
Revision History
Date
Revision
Description
November 2011
002
Documentation status changed from Product Preview to Advance Product Specification.
May 2011
001
Initial release.
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Appendix A IDENTIFY DEVICE Command Data
Table 17 details the sector data returned after issuing an IDENTIFY DEVICE command.
Table 17.
Returned Sector Data
Word
F = Fixed
V = Variable
X = Both
Default Value
0
F
0040h
General configuration bit-significant information
1
X
3FFFh
Obsolete - Number of logical cylinders (16,383)
2
V
C837h
Specific configuration
3
X
0010h
4-5
X
0h
Description
Obsolete - Number of logical heads (16)
Retired
6
X
003Fh
7-8
V
0h
Obsolete - Number of logical sectors per logical track (63)
Reserved for assignment by the CompactFlash* Association (CFA)
Retired
9
X
0h
10-19
F
varies
20-21
X
0h
Retired
22
X
0h
Obsolete
23-26
F
varies
Firmware revision (8 ASCII characters)
27-46
F
varies
Model number (Intel® Solid-State Drive)
47
F
8010h
7:0—Maximum number of sectors transferred per interrupt on multiple
commands
48
F
4000h
Reserved
49
F
2F00h
Capabilities
50
F
4000h
Capabilities
51-52
X
0h
53
F
0007h
Words 88 and 70:64 valid
Serial number (20 ASCII characters)
Obsolete
54
X
3FFFh
Obsolete - Number of logical cylinders (16,383)
55
X
0010h
Obsolete - Number of logical heads (16)
56
X
003Fh
57-58
X
00FBFC10h
Obsolete - Number of logical sectors per logical track (63)
Obsolete
59
V
0110h
Number of sectors transferred per interrupt on multiple commands
60-61
F
varies
Total number of user-addressable sectors
62
X
0h
63
F
0007h
64
F
0003h
PIO modes supported
65
F
0078h
Minimum multiword DMA transfer cycle time per word
Obsolete
Multi-word DMA modes supported/selected
66
F
0078h
Manufacturer’s recommended multiword DMA transfer cycle time
67
F
0078h
Minimum PIO transfer cycle time without flow control
68
F
0078h
Minimum PIO transfer cycle time with IORDY flow control
69
F
4000h
Additional Supported
70
F
0h
Reserved
71-74
F
0h
Reserved for IDENTIFY PACKET DEVICE command
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Table 17.
Returned Sector Data (Continued)
Word
F = Fixed
V = Variable
X = Both
75
F
001Fh
Queue depth
76
F
470Eh
Serial ATA capabilities
Default Value
Description
77
F
0006h
Reserved for future Serial ATA definition
78
F
004Ch
Serial ATA features supported
79
V
0040h
Serial ATA features enabled
80
F
03FCh
Major version number
81
F
0110h
Minor version number
82
F
746Bh
Command set supported
83
F
7469h
Command sets supported
84
F
6163h
Command set/feature supported extension
85
V
7469h
Command set/feature enabled
86
V
B449h
Command set/feature enabled
87
V
6163h
Command set/feature default
88
V
407Fh
Ultra DMA Modes
89
F
0003h
Time required for security erase unit completion
90
F
0001h
Time required for enhanced security erase completion
91
V
00FEh
Current advanced power management value
92
V
FFFEh
Master Password Revision Code
93
F
0h
Hardware reset result: the contents of bits (12:0) of this word shall
change only during the execution of a hardware reset
94
V
0h
Vendor’s recommended and actual acoustic management value
95
F
0h
Stream minimum request size
96
V
0h
Streaming transfer time - DMA
97
V
0h
Streaming access latency - DMA and PIO
98-99
F
0h
Streaming performance granularity
100-103
V
varies
104
V
0h
105
F
0001h
Reserved
106
F
4000h
Physical sector size / logical sector size
107
F
0h
108-111
F
varies
112-115
F
0h
Reserved for world wide name extension to 128 bits
116
V
0h
Reserved for technical report
Maximum user LBA for 48-bit address feature set
Streaming transfer time - PIO
Inter-seek delay for ISO-7779 acoustic testing in microseconds
Unique ID
117-118
F
0h
119
F
401Ch
Words per logical sector
120
F
401Ch
121-126
F
0h
Reserved
Removable Media Status Notification feature set support
Supported settings
Command set/feature enabled/supported
127
F
0h
128
V
0021h
Security status
129-159
X
varies
Vendor-specific
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Table 17.
Word
Returned Sector Data (Continued)
F = Fixed
V = Variable
X = Both
Default Value
Description
160
F
0h
CompactFlash Association (CFA) power mode 1
161-168
X
0h
Reserved for assignment by the CFA
169
X
0001h
170-173
F
0h
Additional Product Identifier
174-175
F
0h
Reserved
176-205
V
0h
Current media serial number
206
X
0021h
207-208
X
0h
209
X
4000h
210-211
X
0h
212-213
X
00000100h
214
X
0h
NV Cache Capabilities
215-216
X
0h
NV Cache Size in Logical Blocks (DWord)
217
X
0001h
218
X
0h
Reserved
219
X
0h
NV Cache Options
Data set management Trim attribute support
SCT Command Transport
Reserved
Alignment of logical blocks within a physical block
Write-Read-Verify Sector Count Mode 3 (DWord)
Write-Read-Verify Sector Count Mode 2 (DWord)
Nominal media rotation rate
220
X
0h
Write-Read-Verify feature set
221
X
0h
Reserved
222
X
103Fh
Transport major version number
223
X
0h
Transport minor version number
224-229
X
0h
Reserved
230-233
X
0h
Extended Number of User Addressable Sectors (QWord)
234
X
0h
Minimum number of 512-byte data blocks per DOWNLOAD MICROCODE
command for mode 03h
235
X
0h
Maximum number of 512-byte data blocks per DOWNLOAD MICROCODE
command for mode 03h
236-254
X
0h
Reserved
255
X
varies
Integrity word
Notes: F = Fixed. The content of the word is fixed and does not change. For removable media devices, these values may change
when media is removed or changed.
V = Variable. The state of at least one bit in a word is variable and may change depending on the state of the device or
the commands executed by the device.
X = F or V. The content of the word may be fixed or variable.
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