SSD Certification Tools from Areospike

Po-Hsu Lin po-hsu.lin at
Mon Jun 22 06:36:53 UTC 2015

We have a few of them with SSD here in Taipei (some with hybrid-SSD),
most of them are ultra books.

For the performance stuff, one thing that's note worthy is that as we
might perform the same test on the same platform over and over again.
The worst scenario will be the degradation of the SSD causing some
false alarm on the performance test.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 12:04 AM, Zygmunt Krynicki
<zygmunt.krynicki at> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 6:02 PM, Chris Wayne <chris.wayne at> wrote:
>> Do we get many systems with SSD's,
> I don't know
> and do we want to certify that they reach
>> a certain level of performance?
> We don't do that today.
> I would think from a certification point of
>> view, we'd just want to make sure that they work, and can be read/written to
>> (although I suppose a fully automated case couldn't hurt :))
> I think that we can use this and it might be interesting to some
> people. Right now the Cert program doesn't contain performance
> requirements (apart from things like USB 3.0 not being 2.0) but that
> might change over time.
> Thanks
> ZK
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