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Default Micron 9200 datacenter SSDs crank the capacity meter

Solid-state drives leveraging the PCIe interface and the NVMe protocol have been the stars of the storage world recently, but speedy storage normally tends to come in small capacities. With its new line of Micron 9200 SSDs, the company's looking to ease the adoption NVMe storage by offering drives scoring high marks in both capacity and speed.

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