CFexpress is hailed as the successor of the established Compact Flash and CFast-standards, created by the CompactFlash Association. Originally developed for high-end photography and other consumer applications, Swissbit has now applied the storage format to its latest products for use in demanding industrial applications. The CFexpress 2.0 Type B casing offers excellent mechanical protection in harsh environments. The gold-plated pins are completely covered and shielded from any form of contact, therefore offering protection from dust or moisture penetration, and at the same time, making the cards resistant to any vibration. Thanks to the NVMe-1.3 interface, a proven technology for other industrial SSD form factors such as M.2 or U.2, the G-20 series achieves up to 1620MB/s for sequential read operations, and 840MB/s for sequential write operations. For random accesses, it exceeds 128000 and 131000 IOPS for read and write operations respectively. CFexpress is a significant technology advancement when compared with a read data rate of 120MB/s for Compact Flash cards and 520MB/s for CFast.