Intel has released details on the first SSD to be based on 3D XPoint technology, so availability could be as soon as this year. The Intel SSD Data Center P4800X, as the drive is called, would debut under Intel’s Optane brand, and take the form of a 375GB half-height, half-length PCIe NVMe card.
Plextor has just launched its new high-end PCIe-based M8Pe SSDs. Available in three different form factors to suit various users, these new SSDs support the PCIe 3.0 x4 interface and new NVMe 1.2 protocol.
In August last year at IDF15, Intel announced its high-endurance, high-performance Octane-based SSDs. Now, there are rumors that these SSDs will be launched by the end of this year, so read on for more details!
Seagate has announced its fastest-ever enterprise-level PCIe SSD. The company claims their latest NVMe drive is capable of 10GB/s throughput, making it almost 5x as fast as the current crop of high-end PCIe SSDs!