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SCSI Trade Association Announces 2015 Board of Directors; Reports Milestone in New Feature of the 12Gb/s SAS Data Storage Standard — Jan 27, 2015

The SCSI Trade Association (STA), a member-run industry association established to support and promote SCSI technology, today announced its newly elected Board of Directors for 2015. The entire board roster was reelected. STA also announced that the T10 Technical Committee is finalizing its work on the Zoned Block Command specification of 12Gb/s SAS and has completed letter ballot.

 
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SAS Grows In The Data Center - Sep 19, 2014

More enterprises choose Serial Attached SCSI for storage in the data center due to improved reliability, cost-effectiveness, scalability, and continued enhancements. Small computer system interface (SCSI) technology emerged in the data center with the advent of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS)...

 

Power Disable Pin — Pin 3 - Apr 02, 2014

Ask the SCSI Expert Series Dan Reno, Director of Technical Marketing for HDDs at Western Digital and member of the STA Board of Directors, discusses some of the features of 12Gb/s he finds valuable, especially the Power Disable Pin,...

 
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SCSI Trade Association Announces 2015 Board of Directors; Reports Milestone in New Feature of the 12Gb/s SAS Data Storage Standard - Jan 27, 2015

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is rapidly evolving with new Zone Block Command feature for enhanced capabilities in enterprise storage deployments SAN FRANCISCO - January 27, 2015 -- The SCSI Trade Association (STA) (http://www.scsita.org/), a member-run industry association established to support...

 

SNIA Annual Members' Symposium: "SCSI Continues to Evolve" - Jan 22, 2015

On January 21, 2015, STA President Marty Czekalski gave a presentation titled "SCSI Continues to Evolve" at the Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI) meeting during the SNIA Annual Members' Symposium. In this presentation, Czekalski covered the following topics: New...

 
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