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  • SCSI Unscrewed
    array of devices from hard disks and CD-ROMs to printers and scanners. The complete story of SCSI is so massive, it's simply not possible to present all the details in an article such as this. In an effort to organize this very abridged manual in a reader-efficient manner, it's been broken into two
  • Using the TC1264 for Single-Ended SCSI Active Termination
    SCSI (Small Computer Interface) is a bi-directional parallel peripheral bus used in computer systems of all sizes. It is used for computer interface with peripherals such as printers, scanners, magnetic disks, and tape drives. Since its inception, the SCSI bus has grown from 8 to 32 bits, and data
  • External RAID Controllers
    drives of the array over a standard interface (again, typically a variant of SCSI) to the server using the array. The server sees the array or arrays as just one or more very fast hard disks; the RAID is completely hidden from the machine. In essence, one of these units really is an entire computer
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Group seeks to set portable audio player standards Consumer electronics manufacturers and their technology suppliers will meet in Los Angeles on Tuesday (Feb. 26) to form a group devoted to jump-starting the market for portable digital audio devices. More 3GIO, SCSI fireworks expected at IDF
  • Bus-Based RAID Controllers
    Bus-based RAID controllers are computer boards that are installed in a personal computer (PC) or server and connected to the array drives. They take the place of the SCSI host adapter or IDE/ATA controller that would otherwise be required to interface the system with the redundant array
  • Computer Power User Article - A/C For Your HDD
    or workstation. Server admins may have SCSI, SAS, or Fibre Channel drives running at 15,000rpm. Even with fluid dynamic bearings (FDBs), the faster a hard drive spins its hard disks, the more heat it produces. Also, the silicon chips running the drive s controller, read channel, and occasionally
  • Computer Power User Article - Quest For Speed
    initial setup to load third-party SCSI or RAID drivers. When prompted, we pressed and inserted the floppy disk. The WinXP installation utility found all the drivers on the disk and let us choose the appropriate driver. We pressed ENTER, and WinXP copied the files to the
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    ATA drives By applying network switching to hard-disk drives, startup 3ware Inc. believes it has found a way to bring ATA drives up to the same speed as more expensive SCSI drives. As the company begins shipping its first products next month, its founders believe they can help PC OEMs improve system

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