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NVMe 2.0 specs are now available

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celebrating its 10 year anniversary with an upgraded 2.0 spec sheet. The most significant change from version 1.4 launched 2 uears ago is the overall spec reorganization to better reflect the broader uses of the interface, from the PCIe block storage protocol of choice, to network storage protocol and other different storage paradigms. NVMe 2.0 does not really add anything relevant for client/consumer SSDs that will soon make the jump to PCIe 5.0, but the drastic spec reorganization should allow for more frequent future updates.


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