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intel 7600p storage, how many power level does it has if any? and is it support Autonomous Power State Transitions Not Supported ?

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Hi MRoge12,

 

Thank you for contacting Intel® SSD support group with your request for information on the Intel® SSD Pro 7600p Series.

 

Please accept our apologies for our belated reply, we needed to investigate about your inquiry; today, we can share the following details with you:

 

NVMe 1.1 specification, from October 2012, adds Power Optimizations such as Autonomous Power State Transitions, for client power focused implementations.

 

Please note that without software intervention, the NVMe controller transitions to a lower power state after a certain idle period, here’s the current NVMe 1.1 specification for Autonomous Power State Transitions:

 

·        Power State 0 (Operational) Power Max 4W Entry/Exit Latency 10uS/10uS

·        Power State 1 (After 50mS idle) Max Power 10mW Entry/Exit Latency 10mS/5mS

·        Power State 2(After 500mS idle) Max Power 1mW Entry/Exit Latency 15mS/30mS

 

Intel® SSD Pro 7600p Series was released in Q1/2018 and has an even better power performance; for full details, please go to: https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/125868/intel-ssd-pro-7600p-series-1-024tb-m-2-8...

 

If you have future questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will be more than happy to help you in any way we can.

 

Best regards,

 

Santiago A.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

Under Contract to Intel Corporation

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Hi MRoge12,

 

Thank you for contacting Intel® SSD support group with your request for information on the Intel® SSD Pro 7600p Series.

 

Please accept our apologies for our belated reply, we needed to investigate about your inquiry; today, we can share the following details with you:

 

NVMe 1.1 specification, from October 2012, adds Power Optimizations such as Autonomous Power State Transitions, for client power focused implementations.

 

Please note that without software intervention, the NVMe controller transitions to a lower power state after a certain idle period, here’s the current NVMe 1.1 specification for Autonomous Power State Transitions:

 

·        Power State 0 (Operational) Power Max 4W Entry/Exit Latency 10uS/10uS

·        Power State 1 (After 50mS idle) Max Power 10mW Entry/Exit Latency 10mS/5mS

·        Power State 2(After 500mS idle) Max Power 1mW Entry/Exit Latency 15mS/30mS

 

Intel® SSD Pro 7600p Series was released in Q1/2018 and has an even better power performance; for full details, please go to: https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/125868/intel-ssd-pro-7600p-series-1-024tb-m-2-8...

 

If you have future questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will be more than happy to help you in any way we can.

 

Best regards,

 

Santiago A.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

Under Contract to Intel Corporation

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Thanks for your replay, on the reference link I dont see where is specified the power levels of the storage device the only information in reference is Power - Active 50 mW, Power - Idle 25 mW. Nothing about different power levels as you mentioned on your response. Form your response, I can assume that the device has 3 power level states and Autonomous power state transition is available as well, right? Can you point me to the right direction where I can find the power level states of another storage device of intel, I want a device that has as many possible power states as possible, which I believe is 32 power states based on nvme v1.3 specifications page 229. https://nvmexpress.org/wp-content/uploads/NVM_Express_Revision_1.3.pdf

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Hello MRoge12:

Thank you for your reply to Intel® SSD support group.

 

Intel® is a member of the NVMe consortium and of all the products ruled by the NVMe specification, are designed and manufactured in compliance of this specification.

 

The details provided in our previous post are the kind of information Intel® has available to the public; however the information you are requesting in this community, requires you or your company to have previously signed a NDA (Non Disclosure Agreement); therefore, it’s important your acknowledgement, the information provided, can’t be shared by you or your employees, to anyone outside your organization.

 

Please send us the NDA number and main contact person, in order to confirm we are allowed to share this information.

 

We will be looking forward to your reply.

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Hi MRoge12,

 

Greetings from Intel® SSD Support.

 

This is a friendly reminder your case remains open, awaiting for your reply.

 

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Hello MRoge12:

Greetings from Intel® SSD support group.

 

This is a friendly reminder your case remains open, awaiting for your reply.

 

Please let us know if you might need further assistance.

 

Have a nice day.

 

Best regards,

 

Santiago A.

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Hi MRoge12,

 

Thank you for your reply to Intel® SSD Support.

 

This is to let you know this case is being closed.

 

Please feel free to get back to Intel® communities, whenever you might feel necessary.

 

Have a nice day.

 

Santiago A.

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