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Serial Schemes Eyed for Disk Storage

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Contributed article written for the October 28, 2002 issue of Electronic Engineering Times
by: Marty Czekalski, Maxtor

The current state of the industry for device-level storage attachment requires system designers to develop multiple solutions for a full range of storage price/performance options. With the advent of Serial Attached SCSI, designers can use a common infrastructure to attach Serial Attached SCSI disks for performance-oriented, enterprise-class applications, or Serial ATA (SATA) disks for cost-optimized applications, or both.

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