The data randomizer is a function that randomly distributes data writing patterns to avoid the occurrence of the same data in succession. In particular, it dramatically improves data reliability of flash memory coming close to the end of its lifecycle.
A self-diagnosis program that checks the rewritten status of CF cards or SSDs equipped with GBDrivers.
Today, an increasing number of NAND-type flash memory units are being used for industrial purposes and being integrated in systems, with their rapidly increasing capacity and declining prices as the backdrop. The level of reliability demanded of the NAND-type flash memory control is constantly rising. To meet this demand, TDK has developed the NAND-type flash memory controller GB Driver and has made it available to the market. The GB Driver, using TDK's unique NAND flash control technology, provides high-speed access while securing high reliability. It supports the use of NAND-type flash memory with the "all-in-one single chip solution."