Kioxia releases the world’s smallest PCIe SSD: 1TB is the size of a fingernail
Can a memory card also have SSD-level performance? A few days ago, Kioxia released a new storage product XFMEXPRESS XT2, which is between the size of a fingernail andIt has achieved a PCIe x2 channel, the read speed can reach 2500Mbps, the write speed can reach 650Mbps, the minimum capacity is 128GB, and the maximum is 1TB.
Strictly speaking, this is not a traditional standard SSD solid-state hard drive product, it conforms to the JEDEC XFM Ver.1.0 protocol, which is a removable PCIe NVMe storage device. while still maintaining high performance.
The Kioxia card measures 18 x 14 x 1.4mm, which is only slightly larger than a traditional microSD card (14 x 11 x 1mm).
However, there are also opinions that SD Express also uses PCIe NVMe, with a higher speed of 4GBps. It is hard to say whether XFMEXPRESS will have a broad future and be recognized by customers.
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