A flurry of new standards activity has opened a wide range of choices for solid-state drives (SSDs). Client devices are adopting new approaches quickly to gain advantages in density and performance. Evaluating the technology choices in a sea of acronyms – including AHCI, HHHL AIC, M.2, mSATA, NVMe, U.2, and V-NAND – means exploring three issues: form factors, interfaces and software support. Aligning the latest technology onboard, M.2 SSDs free users from limits of earlier generations.

Read the white paper below to understand the various form-factors and interfaces available, so that you can unlock the performance potential of SSD storage for your business.

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