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Karlston posted a news in Technology NewsNVMe hard disks will now be possible thanks to the new NVMe 2.0 specification, and more The NVM Express (NVMe) consortium has launched today the latest NVMe specification version 2.0. The new 2.0 spec is backwards compatible with previous specifications. By 2024, the NVMe body expects PCIe SSDs to grow at a 43% compound annual growth rate and a move to a new standard to tackle that demand and to enable next-gen features is important says the organization. As one would expect from a new standard, the NVMe 2.0 spec brings with it plenty of new techn
zanderthunder posted a topic in Technology NewsMicron and Intel co-developed 3D XPoint memory as a high-performance alternative to flash, but so far only Intel has brought products to market, under their Optane brand. Despite owning the fab where 3D XPoint memory is produced, the closest Micron has come to commercializing that tech for themselves was their announcement in 2016 that upcoming Micron products using 3D XPoint memory would be branded as Micron QuantX, their counterpart to Intel's Optane brand. Years later, we finally have a concrete product announcement, and they seem to have abandoned the QuantX name. The new Micro
zanderthunder posted a topic in Technology NewsSeagate backs up a truckload of flash, and introduces a gaming dock, too. Seagate is blazing up a firestorm with the release of two new storage products for gamers, a new gaming dock, and a PCIe 4.0 x4 FireCuda SSD. The company is also refreshing a few of the other SSDs in its lineup, too. FireCuda Gaming Dock Seagate’s FireCuda Gaming Dock is a high-end gaming hub that integrates a docking station and external storage into one device. It’s meant to be a perfect fit for laptop gamers who aren’t ready to jump on the desktop gaming PC bandwagon yet