Samsung is running a PCI 5.0 SSD that reaches a read speed of 13,000 MB / s

Samsung from now on he works on PCI 5.0 SSD-u. Designed for enterprise servers, the PM1743 SSD can achieves read speeds of up to 13,000 MB / s and to process 2,500,000 input / output operations per second.

Samsung’s PCI 5.0 SSD with dual-port support

PCI 5.0 supports up to 32 gigatransfers per second, twice as much as PCI 4.0. To take advantage of that bandwidth, Samsung developed a proprietary controller. The SSD provides a sequential write speed of 6,600 MB / s and a random write speed of 250K IOPS, almost doubling the current specifications. Although it is PCI 5.0 inevitable for now, the next version is not far behind. PCI Special Interest Group has already introduced PCI Express 6.0 specification which could reach an incredible 256 GB per second on 16 tapes, twice as fast as PCI 5.0 and four times as fast as Specification 4.0.

Samsung now sampling PM1743 PCI 5.0 SSD for selected customers and plans to mass-produce it in the first quarter of 2022, with capacities ranging from 1,92TB do 15,36TB. It is also expected to be the first PCI 5.0 SSD with dual-port support, which guarantees server operation when a single-port connection fails. The first customers will probably be data centers, but such technology usually reaches the user a year later.

Source: Engadget

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