The first flash-based SSDs used SATA/SAS physical interfaces borrowed from existing hard drive-based enterprise server/ storage systems. However, none of these interfaces and protocols were designed for high-speed storage media and the SATA/SAS bus became a bottleneck for the much faster SSD. The initial fix was SSDs on a PCI Express (PCIe) card. While much faster, PCIe was also proprietary and meant as a point-to-point transfer. A PCIe SSD in one server could not be directly accessed by any other server, it had to go through the system bus, adding all kinds of latency.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the