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SCSI Trade Association Completes Seventh SAS Plugfest

July 23-27 SAS Plugfest Featured SAS and SATA HDDs, Enclosures and Cabling Product Testing San Francisco, August 20, 2007 – The SCSI Trade Association (STA), a member-run industry association established to support and promote SCSI technology, announced today that the seventh Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) plugfest was held July 23-27, 2007, at the University of… Read more »

SAS Hard Drive Shipments Grow Exponentially in 2006

STA Proclaims SAS HDD Usage Rate is a Leading Indicator of Explosive Future Demand SAN FRANCISCO, June 25, 2007 — The SCSI Trade Association (STA), a member-run industry association established to support and promote SCSI technology, announced that 3Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) will replace Ultra320 SCSI as the hard disk drive (HDD) interface of… Read more »

LSI and AIC Minimize Total Cost of Storage Ownership with SAS/SATA Solutions for a Broad Range of Markets

LSI and AIC Minimize Total Cost of Storage Ownership with SAS/SATA Solutions for a Broad Range of Markets For SATA or SAS Functionality, Design Right First Time™ with Scalable LSI HBAs and MegaRAID® SAS Adapters Coupled with Turnkey Chassis from Advanced Industrial Computer (AIC) Multi-level Partnership Advanced Industrial Computer (AIC) (http://www.aicipc.com) is one of the… Read more »

iGLASS Selects Solid Access USSD 200 with LSI SAS HBA Solution to Achieve a Remarkably Fast Storage System

iGLASS Selects Solid Access USSD 200 with LSI SAS HBA Solution to Achieve a Remarkably Fast Storage System iGLASS Nnetworks (http://www.iglass.net) provides innovative, measurable, network monitoring and management solutions for companies of all sizes. By combining its knowledge of networks with its in-depth understanding of the underlying principles of network communications, iGLASS offers a variety… Read more »

Bandwidth Aggregation: Paving the Way for 6Gb/s SAS

Contributed article that appeared in January 2007 issue of Storage Solutions Resource Catalog by: Susan Bobholz, Intel The first generation of SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) products represents a major leap forward in storage technology. SAS drives have a full-duplex throughput of 3.0 Gb/s and are capable of providing a competitive advantage to enterprises that require… Read more »

Building tiered-storage systems with expanders

Contributed article that appeared in January 2007 issue of SNS-Europe by: Sam Barnett, Vitesse Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) offers a wealth of benefits to the enterprise server and enclosure customer (high reliability and performance, mixed enterprise/desktop drive support, improved economies of scale) and key to scalability and performance is the expander. This article offers a… Read more »

Solving Command Time-out Issues

Contributed article that appeared in January 2007 issue of Storage Solutions Resource Catalog by: Mike Micheletti, LeCroy Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a storage interface developed to meet the needs of enterprise-class storage applications. Central to the SAS value proposition is the ability to scale storage systems beyond the limits of today’s parallel SCSI, using… Read more »

Serial Attached SCSI Achieves Expected SAS Market Volume

STA Sees Strong SAS Market Ahead San Francisco, November 13, 2006 — The SCSI Trade Association (STA), a member-run industry association, established to support and to promote SCSI technology, sees the Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) market achieving the level promised two years ago. To date, about half of STA member companies have introduced in excess… Read more »

Serial Attached SCSI: A streamlined storage architecture

Contributed article that appeared in October 2006 issue of SNS-Europe by: Paul Vogt, Adaptec In the past year, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) has evolved from the conceptual next generation of SCSI to products that offer increased performance and flexibility in the real world. The ubiquitous availability of SAS offers new freedom to use a single… Read more »