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NVMe takes full advantage of SSD performance
If you want to take full advantage of the performance increase offered by modern SSDs, the new NVM Express cards from Intel are essential for your individual server configuration. With traditional SATA and SAS SSDs, the interface becomes the bottleneck – new technologies like NVMe eliminate this problem. The innovative interface for the PCIe bus considerably accelerates data access thanks to parallel access and does this with significantly lower latencies than conventional protocols – meaning you are ideally positioned for the future.
NVMe was specifically developed for use in non-volatile storage and provides the highest possible scalability. Simplified management and increased efficiency characterize the new technology and replace the SATA and SAS interfaces that were originally developed for HDDs. With NVMe cards, you achieve performance that was previously only possible with multiple SATA SSDs. Using NVM Express therefore results in savings in terms of both costs and space for your server.
Software interface for data centers, cloud solutions and big data
Thanks to the previously listed advantages, the SSD interface is optimal for use in cloud environments, databases and big data – areas where low latencies are of great importance. Furthermore, NVMe is excellent as a storage supplement to NVIDIA GRID or other high-performance graphics cards since a fast storage connection is needed to quickly execute intensive processes.
Finally, you could say that NVMe cards are suitable for any and every application that was previously covered by conventional SAS and SATA SSDs. Compared to these, Non Volatile Memory Express offers significantly higher transfer rates and is therefore particularly suited for users that rely on low latencies and cutting-edge performance while benefiting from improved efficiency.
You can read more about NVMe in our TKmag. Learn more about the innovative software interface now!