Gradient develops, implements, and evaluates real-time embedded system firmware for SSD products. Gradient draws on its years of experience working with some of the industry’s most well-known names.
Multiple storage protocols, such as PCIe/NVMe, SATA, eMMC, and SCSI, are well-known to Gradient’s embedded developers and QA engineers. Gradient also creates custom test stands and tools for various testing and quality assurance needs.
Gradient works with you to figure out how many erasing mechanisms you want, how much error correction you want, and how long you want your NAND flash memory chip to write.
Gradient has adopted a Continuous Integration (CI) process to speed up firmware development. They collaborate with you to assess your testing requirements and develop a bespoke testing infrastructure that includes test benches, time-triggered testing, and event-triggered testing. Gradient can also create a set of test APIs that can be used across various protocols, allowing for speedier test execution.
Refer to Leef, Sandisk, and other project examples to see how Gradient can help you get hands-on experience with USB-based mass storage devices. Gradient has worked with Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) to ensure that code and data get safeguarded in terms of confidentiality and integrity.
Due to the lack of mechanical parts, solid-state drives that employ integrated circuit assemblies as memory have exploded, although they are not without flaws. Gradient has a deep understanding of these challenges and how to deal with them.
Mobile memory, according to Gradient, should not be limited. Mobile devices, like phones, tablets, and other mobile devices, can be freed up and expanded using Gradient.
For your data storage problems, Gradient Technologies is the best solution.