S-Link


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S-Link

(1) (Sony-LINK) An earlier interface from Sony for controlling A/V equipment. The Control-L protocol, also known as "Local Application Control" (LANC), remotely controls a camcorder. Control-S remotely controls a VCR or DVD player via IR codes for play, stop, etc, and Control-A1 reads data from the disc in a CD player.

(2) (Simple-LINK) A 32-bit high-speed interface from CERN for collecting information from particle accelerators.
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For more information about the X-SPAND PRO, S-LINK or other Kano Technologies serial ATA storage products, go to: www.
Kano Technologies is also shipping their newly developed S-LINK multilane PCI-X serial ATA host adapter for use with the X-SPAND PRO and future multilane storage devices.
Robert Young, National Sales Manager, stated, "The new X-SPAND PRO multilane and S-LINK host adapter represent the first step towards simplifying SATA storage for our customers.