Seagate announced the world’s fastest NVMe SSD Drive which can achieve 10 GBps (Gigabytes per second) transfer speed. This broke fastest record of Solid State Drive by Samsung.
This SSD is based on non volatile memory express (NVMe) interface, so it will work on motherboard with NVMe support.
Seagate’s last fastest Solid State Drive was an 8-lane PCIe 4TB named Nytro XP6500 flash accelerator card which has a data transfer speed of 4GBps. So the new one got improvement of 6GBps speed compared to the old fastest one of Seagate.
This NVMe SSD is not yet available on market. As well as space size, pricing is not declared yet. Although Seagate will announce with full details soon at the upcoming Open Compute Project Summit 2016 in San Jose, California which will be held on 9th-10th March 2016.