PCIe Compliance Testing for NVMe Removable Storage

Tuesday, August 4 | 9 am Pacific Time


The new Secure High Performance Storage (SHIPS) platform delivers an ecosystem that provides removability for NVMe-class SSD technology, providing easy, secure data exchange between a wide range of devices.

Our partner, Granite River Labs, will walk through how they do PCIe compliance testing and speak to the importance of PCIe compliance for product reliability. We'll also demonstrate the SHIPS module, its receiving frame, as well as the ruggedness and thermal testing we put our devices through.


This webcast will include:

  • A high-level overview on PCIe compliance
  • SHIPS module PCIe Compliance testing
  • SHIPS module durability test

About the Presenter:

Granite River Labs (GRL) is the world’s leading Engineering Services and Test Automation Solutions firm for connectivity and charging. GRL helps hardwaredevelopers implement digital interface technologies as they become faster, more complex, and more challenging to test.  Since 2010, GRL has worked with hundreds of companies supporting the adoption of new and emerging technologies from our worldwide test facilities and R&D centers.  A contributing member of the PCI-SIG, GRL has a deep history supporting the PCI Express ecosystem with leading-edge test services, automation solutions, and thought leadership addressing the latest PCIe standards.


About CDSG

CRU Data Security Group, or CDSG, is in business to protect our customers’ data. Period. Our CRU rugged removable storage drives are crucial to securing sensitive data for governments near and far. Hollywood, filmmakers, and film festivals rely on our removable drive technology to make sure their creative work makes it to the theater on time. Our WiebeTech products are used for digital investigations that help corporations and government agencies sniff out bad behavior. And our ioSafe fireproof and waterproof technology protects what matters most so people can restore important information after a disaster.

We design and develop our products at our headquarters in Vancouver, Washington, just across the Columbia River from Portland. We also have offices in Wichita, Kansas and Roseville, California. While we are based in the United States, our business is global, and you’ll find our products in the hands of well-known (and not so well-known) companies, as well as government agencies, of all sizes.