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Old 29th March 2013, 09:10   #1
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Default The future of Serial ATA: SATA Express, NGFF and NVM Express

For the latest generation SSDs the Serial ATA 600 bus has become a true bottleneck. Not to worry, a faster solution is in the works. The organization responsible for the SATA standard is getting ready for the future of computers in a number of different ways. Today we will take a closer look at SATA Express, NGFF and NVM Express.

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