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In recent years, more and more popular use of cloud technology. They are used in business processes, web hosting, telecommunications services, in software development and testing, for private use and much more. The main advantage of using cloud technologies and the reason for their ubiquitous distribution is the lack of the need to have a powerful computing system for the end user, which unambiguously leads to a significant cost reduction for business or ordinary end users. In addition, the cloud services provider takes care of the work of the system and applications, provides technical support to users, installs updates on its own and upgrades the computing servers and storage servers. Thus, the user is less concerned with technical issues related to the operation of the system and he can focus on his goals.
As part of the cloud infrastructure, cloud storages can be distinguished.
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In 1956, IBM introduced a product that marked the beginning of the computer industry. And the name of this device is HDD.
The ASUS HYPER M.2 X4 MINI adapter is a device intended for SSD drives that use the popular M.2 format, but which are installed on motherboards lacking an M.2 slot. The adapter allows for the use of SSD drives in existing configurations with motherboards with a PCI-E slot, without requiring the purchase of new equipment.
The ASUS HYPER M.2 X4 MINI model is a low-profile expansion board, which includes support for a PCI-E x4 interface without restrictions regarding the interface version. The X4 labelling indicates support for 4 lines of the PCI-E interface, which ensures maximum performance of data transfer via the adapter. The adapter, which is solely compatible with M.2 SSD models that support PCI-E, is intended for internal installation and does not have external ports. The construction of the adapter allows for installing M.2 drives of various sizes: from 2242 to 22110 (which corresponds to the sizes 22×42 and 22×110, respectively), which ensures additional flexibility when planning hardware configurations for existing processes.