When can we see SD Express cards become mainstream?

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silentstorm Senior Member • Posts: 1,392
When can we see SD Express cards become mainstream?

Looks really promising in the good old SD format.

Here's the scoop:

https://www.phison.com/en/company/newsroom/press-releases/general/1963-phison-is-the-first-to-ship-the-new-pcie-sd-express-card-sd-7-0

PHISON IS THE FIRST TO SHIP THE NEW PCIe SD EXPRESS CARD

SD Express cards can achieve speeds of up to 870MB/s with PCIe Gen3x1 supporting content applications and data generated by highly demanding system architectures.

This new protocol allows SD Express memory cards to serve as removable solid-state drives (SSD). The speeds delivered by SD Express are perfectly suited to high-resolution video and image applications. These include super-slow-motion video, RAW continuous burst mode photography, 8K video capture, 360-degree video. SD Express is also perfect for UHD gaming systems, multi-channel Internet-Of-Things (IoT) devices, high-speed data backups, and numerous automotive storage needs, including temporary storage for 5G data transfers.

Can't wait!

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