Supermicro BigTwin E1.S EDSFF Edition Launched

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    Any sign of a winning form factor coming through? So far we've got 4-5 different forms of tapping into NVMe in the datacenter. It's a bit confusing, and honestly just keeping this technology back when it needs to move forward.

    The positives seem to be a no brainer, and with AMD EPYC and PCIe Gen 4 coming up, one would think this would already be getting ready to ship as a unified product.
     
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    SFF-TA-1002, aka "ruler" form factor. It supports ssds, accelerators and nics, from x4 to x16 lanes per "ruler" card.


    Specification: https://members.snia.org/document/dl/27231
     
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