1. The nvme driver is a driver produced in Korea. Win7Win8 does not support NVMe, so the SM951NVMe version cannot be correctly recognized under Win7Win8, and it cannot even be mounted as a slave disk.
2. An open collection of standards and information to fully demonstrate the benefits of non-volatile memory in all types of computing environments, from mobile devices to data centers. NVMe was designed from the ground up to provide high-bandwidth and low-latency storage access for current and future NVM technologies.
3. Standards include: NVMExpress – a register interface and command set for PCIExpress attached storage, and industry-standard software for multiple operating systems. NVMe is widely considered the de facto industry standard for PCIe SSDs. NVMe Management Interface – Command set and architecture for out-of-band management of NVMExpress storage (e.g., using BMC to discover, monitor, and update NVMe devices). NVMe on the fabric – an extension to NVMExpress that tunnels the NVMExpress command set over transports other than PCIe. NVMeoverFabric extends the benefits of massively efficient storage architectures in the world's largest data centers by allowing the same protocol to extend across a variety of network interfaces.