Storage and memory test solutions, including the debut of its MPT3000ARC test system will be showcased at Flash Memory Summit 2019 in Santa Clara, California (August 6-8).
“At this year’s Summit, we are excited to be introducing the MPT3000ARC, the industry’s first test platform to combine thermal-control capability with high throughput, enabling extreme thermal testing of solid-state drives (SSDs),” said Judy Davies, Advantest’s vice president of global marketing communications. “By adding this new system to the MPT3000 product family, which is already in wide use by SSD manufacturers, Advantest is supporting SSD testing from design to manufacturing, providing the fastest, lowest risk path to market for next-generation devices, including PCIe Gen 4.”
Advantest will feature the MPT3000 series, including the new MPT3000ARC.
In addition to meeting automotive thermal test standards, the new tester’s automation-ready thermal chamber enables SSD manufacturers to quickly ramp temperatures, which optimises Reliability Demonstration Test (RDT) and results in faster time to market.
With the addition of the MPT3000ARC, the MPT3000 series enables rapid changeover to provide a single-system test solution for a wide variety of SSD products, from 40-mm M.2 memories to larger EDSFF devices.
Using digital graphics, Advantest also will showcase its T5800 series for DRAM and Flash memory testing.
This platform covers all testing needs from wafer sort to final system test, spanning engineering to production environments.
In addition to product exhibits, Justin Treon, an applications engineer at Advantest, will present a paper on “Challenges of Testing PCIe Gen4 SSDs (and Beyond)” during the testing track at 3:20 p.m. to 4:25 p.m. on Wednesday, August 7.