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articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. NVM
Express, NVMe, or Non-Volatile Memory Host Controller Interface
Specification, is a specification for accessing solid-state disks
on a PCI Express bus. NVM is an acronym for non-volatile memory, as
used in SSDs. Version 1.0 of the specification was released on
March 1, 2011. SSDs have been made using the PCI Express bus
before, but using non-standard specification interfaces. By
standardizing the interface of the SSDs, operating systems only
need one driver to work with all SSDs adhering to the
specification. It also means that each SSD manufacturer doesn't
have to use resources to design specific interface drivers. This is
similar to how hard disks built to follow the SATA specification
work with all computers, with no per-hard disk driver needed.
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