back to article South Korea bods open source NVMe storage controller to save academics, non-profits a bundle

Electrical engineering boffins from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have released NVMe controller technology called OpenExpress to help academic researchers develop faster storage devices without rapidly depleting their budgets. NVMe, which stands for non-volatile memory express, is a …

  1. Hubert Cumberdale Silver badge

    Nice.

    Very nice indeed. Hats off to them.

  2. The Count Is Dead
    Unhappy

    I suspect

    Companies like Intel are going to be most displeased.

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