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When processing large amounts of data, the rate at which reading and writing can take place is a critical factor. High energy physics data processing relying on ROOT is no exception. The recent parallelisation of LHC experiments' software frameworks and the analysis of the ever increasing amount of collision data collected by experiments further emphasized this issue underlying the need of increasing the implicit parallelism expressed within the ROOT I/O. In this contribution we highlight thearXiv:1804.03326v1 fatcat:bnqyvqlsqva2hkj4eq7kclmwqu