NVM Express, or NVMe®, defines how computers talk to SSDs. It’s a fundamental part of modern computing systems, from laptops to data centers to supercomputers. So the recent release of version 2.0 must be a big deal. But why?
Micron is a strong supporter of the NVMe 2.0 specification and has been a contributor to the development of many of its new features. These features open up really interesting possibilities for application developers.
Walt Hubis represents Micron on the committee that determines what makes it into each version of NVMe, so he’s the ideal person to help me dive into the new features of NVMe 2.0 and the standards process itself.
For a deeper dive on what’s new in NVMe 2.0, read Walt’s blog post.
Learn more at micron.com/nvmes.