UDP, or User Datagram Protocol, is a communications protocol in the IP (Internet Protocol) suite which occurs in the fourth layer of the OSI Reference Model.

Unlike TCP, UDP is a connection-less transmission protocol which means it does not need to establish a connection before transmitting data. As such, it sacrifices data integrity in exchange for speed.


UFS, or Universal Flash Storage, is a specification for flash storage devices used in mobile electronics such as smartphones, tablets, notebooks, digital cameras, and more. As the UFS standard is significantly faster and can be used in both internal and external applications, it’s expected to replace storage specifications such as eMMC (internal) and SD Card (external).


UFS 1.0/1.1

  • Maximum Bandwidth: 300 MB/s

UFS 2.0/2.1

  • Maximum Bandwidth: 1,200 MB/s