Protecting your data with RAID Engine's parity restoration
Exascend RAID ECC (Error-Correcting Code) is an advanced data protection technology used in storage devices. It combines the advantages of RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) with ECC to ensure data integrity and reliability throughout the storage process.
In Exascend RAID ECC, data is divided and stored across multiple flash memory blocks using RAID5 technology. This redundancy allows for the detection and correction of errors that may occur during data transmission, ensuring accurate and consistent data access.
Moreover, the use of ECC adds an additional layer of error correction capability, enhancing data reliability. The employment of low-density parity check or LDPC (an ECC algorithm) enables the detection and repair of errors in the stored data, preventing data corruption and mitigating potential risks of system failure.
By implementing RAID ECC, Exascend offers highly robust and dependable storage solutions for critical applications, such as automotive ADAS systems or data-intensive enterprise environments. This technology safeguards sensitive data, improves system performance, and extends the lifespan of SSDs, providing peace of mind to users and enabling uninterrupted operations in demanding scenarios.
Data recovery with RAID ECC technology
Data becomes damaged when a bad block occurs. The RAID Engine stores data parity information in a specific area, allowing the firmware to restore the damaged data using the parity.
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