Mac Pro Compatible PCIe SSD Cards And Modules
PCIe, or peripheral component interconnect express, is a high-speed serial expansion card format that uses a point-to-point architecture. There's no translation layer required. Apple, which announced that Mac Pro upgrade at its Worldwide Developer's Conference, said the new flash internal storage will offer astoundingly fast 1.
Now that PCIe flash is being rolled out in an Apple desktop, one industry pundit said it is likely to come soon to the company's notebook computers. For instance, Fusion-io's ioFX [PCIe flash card] has been available for some time, "but it's bootability was dependent on advanced OSes and this was a workstation phenomenon given how expensive this drive cost," Unsworth said.
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