UNH-IOL Certifies New NVMe SSDs, Including Some Surprises

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George Phillips

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5000 MB/s read and 2300MB/s sequential write is amazing. The client SSD running SATA 3 are still making about 500MB/s read; there will be some significant improvement from more client SSDs coming very soon.
 

marraco

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Why so much noise about expensive NVMe, and not a word about SSD on DIMM memory modules, which are faster than NVMe and do not require a new connector in a new motherboard?
 

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They do require a new motherboard or at least a motherboard company willing to program the feature in. At this time very few have went that direction. Supermicro has a few systems and so does IBM. The lawsuit battle put the tech in a stall but Diablo will show something new at FMS in a few days.
 
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