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    NVM Express 1.3 specification released

    First major NVMe update in three years adds a significant number of new features.
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    Re: NVM Express 1.3 specification released

    "two year ramp-up is typical for products to reach end users". So, they work speeding up hardware for the industry yet they cannot reduce the bottle neck in their own. Sorry but, its 2017 and a two year ramp-up time is ridiculous. If they tried harder they could cut that time in half, and they should. GET IT DONE. HELP THE ECONOMY OUT AND GET OFF YOUR ARSE.

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    Re: NVM Express 1.3 specification released

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    "two year ramp-up is typical for products to reach end users". So, they work speeding up hardware for the industry yet they cannot reduce the bottle neck in their own. Sorry but, its 2017 and a two year ramp-up time is ridiculous. If they tried harder they could cut that time in half, and they should. GET IT DONE. HELP THE ECONOMY OUT AND GET OFF YOUR ARSE.
    Rushed products are such a good idea.

    We've had two major ones this year already: AMD's Ryzen launch, and Intel's Skylake-X launch.

    Also, recent (as in say the last 5 years) we had other issues with SSD firmware, longevity of NAND etc. In fact, wasn't there some SSD issue just now with Intel rushing to launch their 545S SSD because apparently they want to 'beat' WD and Toshiba to 64-layer 3D NAND.
    http://www.storagereview.com/intel_545s_ssd_review
    Unstable firmware that causes SSD and attached system to lock under certain repeatable conditions
    The Intel 545S will make a good HDD replacement for most consumers, once its firmware bug is patched.
    So, no thanks. I'd rather wait for products which are actually ready when launched.

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    Re: NVM Express 1.3 specification released

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    "two year ramp-up is typical for products to reach end users". So, they work speeding up hardware for the industry yet they cannot reduce the bottle neck in their own. Sorry but, its 2017 and a two year ramp-up time is ridiculous. If they tried harder they could cut that time in half, and they should. GET IT DONE. HELP THE ECONOMY OUT AND GET OFF YOUR ARSE.
    How exactly would a convenient erase function help GDP?

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