VIA Labs launched the VIA VL752 and VIA VL753 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to NAND flash controllers. The smaller package sizes of the VIA VL752 and VIA VL753 make it easier for manufacturers to integrate them into new product designs as well as the smallest modular form-factors. The VIA VL752 and VIA VL753 USB 3.0 to NAND Flash controllers are available now.
VIA Labs’ VL752 and VL753 are highly-integrated single chip USB 3.0 to NAND flash controllers. They enable NAND flash memory to be interfaced over USB. The VIA VL752 features two-channel access while the VIA VL753 features single-channel access, while providing robust and flexible bad block management.
The VIA VL752 and VIA VL753 feature the latest NAND flash technologies including 19nm, 20nm and 21nm geometries and have been certified by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) for SuperSpeed operation, ensuring high quality, seamless interoperability, and effortless backwards compatibility.
The two-channel the VIA VL752 and single-channel VIA VL753 feature data transfer speeds up to 280MB/s, flexible bad block management, support for the latest 200MHz DDR NAND Flash, and a robust ECC engine for greater data integrity. The package sizes from the previous generation of VIA Superspeed USB to NAND flash controllers have been reduced to a QFN68 8 x 8mm package for the VIA VL752 and a QFN48 6 x 6mm package for the VIA VL753 to enable the smallest form-factor designs.
More info: VIA Labs, Inc.