Samsung prepares regulatory filing for its next-generation 990 PRO flagship client-segment SSD. The M.2 NVMe drive will leverage PCI-Express Gen 5. It remains to be seen if the drive will be an "all-Samsung" solution (in-house controller + NAND flash + DRAM cache); or if it will use some of the first crop of third-party Gen 5 controllers; although the former seems more likely. At least two capacities are known so far—1 TB and 2 TB. Samsung will be gunning to compete with flagship Gen 5 M.2 SSDs powered by next-generation Phison and Silicon Motion controllers that will be combined with 3D NAND flash chips with over 144 layers. The drive succeeds the current 980 PRO, the company’s flagship Gen 4 SSD.
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