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AMD has promised the first SSDs with PCIe 5.0 will be 60% faster than current SSDs and announced a partnership with Phison and Micron

AMD has promised the first SSDs with PCIe 5.0 will be 60% faster than current SSDs and announced a partnership with Phison and Micron

Speaking at the opening of Computex 2022, AMD representatives stressed that Socket AM5 platform by its associated chipsets supports PCI Express 5.0 interface.
0 interface for SSD connection, so customers will be able to experience up to 60% performance gain on sequential read operations.
Image source: AMD, YouTubeA AMD has been enlisted by Phison to create the PS5026-E26 family of controllers, which features PCI Express 5.0 support, delivering up to 2x the data transfer speed of previous generation SSDs while staying in line with the power requirements of the M.2 form factor.
form factor in terms of power consumption.
The third partner is Micron Technology, which may introduce Crucial's first solid-state drives with PCI Express 5.0 interface and NVMe protocol support in client segment this year, according to AMD representatives, new interface enables to increase data transfer speed in sequential read operations by more than 60% comparing to previous generation drives, using PCI Express 4.0 interface.
ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, Apacer, PNY, Corsair and Seagate are among the other partners to introduce PCI Express 5.0 to the consumer market.
Speaking about Phison's exposition at Computex 2022, the company plans to feature other innovations besides PS5026-E26: The first BGA SSD with PCI Express 4.
0 based on the PS5021-E21T controller.The PS5027-E27T controller for SSDs without DRAM memory with PCI Express 4.0 support will be discussed for the first time.The server segment will see the E18DC, a product in M.2, The PS8313 solution will bypass the limitations of UFS 3.1 for a wide range of applications from mobile to virtual reality.For embedded systems, the E21T is designed for PCI Express 4.0 with high power efficiency.The MPT family is focused on automotive applications.Phison will show for the first time a PCI Express 5.0 certified PCI-SIG signal amplifier.

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