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Rick Kutcipal, president of the SCSI Trade Association and product planner at #Broadcom, said he expects the upcoming “24 Gigabits per second” (Gbps) SAS device-connect technology – which actually has a maximum bandwidth of 19.2 Gbps – to see its first use with #SSD s. “The biggest advantages will be in solid-state memory,” Kutcipal said. He said the SCSI Trade Association hopes to hold its first plugfest for so-called “24 Gbps” SAS in mid-2017. He expects host bus adapters (HBAs), RAID cards, and expanders to support the new SAS technology in 2018, with server OEM products to follow in 2019.

http://searchstorage.techtarget.com/blog/Storage-Soup/SCSI-trade-group-claims-new-SAS-has-pluses-over-NVMe-PCIe

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