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  1. Silicon Motion says it will debut its PCIe 5.0 SSD controller in 2022 Faster SSDs are on the horizon Why it matters: Silicon Motion is looking to cash in on the huge demand for fast storage in the enterprise space, so it's scrambling to be among the first companies to launch a PCIe 5.0 SSD controller. And while that may not mean much for consumers today, it signals that significantly faster SSDs might arrive a bit sooner than expected. PCIe 4.0 has brought little performance improvement on the graphics card end, as we've shown through our testing using
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    PCIe 5.0 Announced

    The PCI-SIG has announced the completion of the PCIe 5.0 specification. In the history of PCI development, this may be the first time a new standard has been finished before the previous iteration had even launched in the consumer market. “New data-intensive applications are driving demand for unprecedented levels of performance,” said Al Yanes, PCI-SIG Chairman and President. “Completing the PCIe 5.0 specification in 18 months is a major achievement, and it is due to the commitment of our members who worked diligently to evolve PCIe technology to meet the performance needs of the
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