i'm trying to decide if I should go with an ARM to write to an SSD (PCIe Gen 3) or use a logic driven IP core. I know the logic IP core is faster, and I have used that method previously for SATA designs. But moving to NVMe SSD, i'm wondering what kind of sustained writes (streaming video over 15 minutes in duration) I can hope to achieve using the ARM?
I'm having a hard time finding any data on this
By searching, I found this article on ARM A9 using NVME with performance by Xilinx.
Zynq-7000 PicoZed 7030 ARM Cortex-A9 clocked at 667MHz
Write speed: 84.7 MBps
Read speed: 121.2 MBps