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Apex Storage (opens in new tab), a newcomer to the storage game, has launched the X21, an AIC (add-in-card) that accommodates up to 21 PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSDs. With the X21, consumers can use the best SSDs to build configurations with capacities of up to 168TB and experience speeds up to 31 GBps.

Apex Storage has its headquarters in Utah and focuses on AIC products. Mike Spicer and Henry Hill appear to be the team behind Apex Storage. You may have heard of Spicer as he kickstarted the Storage Scaler (opens in new tab) expansion card in 2021 that houses up to 16 M.2 SATA drives. The X21, the only listed product on Apex Storage’s website, seems to be the jacked-up version of the original Storage Scaler. But, strangely, Apex Storage opted for PCIe 4.0 on the X21 since PCIe 5.0 SSDs are already available on the retail market.



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