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News SATA-IO announces SATA 3.4 release

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 26 Jun 2018.

  1. bit-tech

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  2. l3v1ck

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    Back in the days of HDD's/1st gen SSD's this would have been a big thing. With high end SSD's using PCIe, it's no so important any more.
     
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    The changes are useful for the purpose HDDs now serve, as the backing store for network storage devices (e.g. a NAS). I wonder if we'll eventual see a merge of SATA and SAS into one standard as Nearline SAS becomes the norm (when you aren't just chucking a pile of SATA discs behind an expander, and accepting a bunch will randomly fail and deal with that through redundancy) over SAS proper.
     
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