SCSI controller


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SCSI controller

SCSI controller

A common term for a SCSI host adapter. See SCSI.
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Adaptec's Ultra320 SCSI controllers deliver the performance needed for bandwidth-hungry applications such as mainline storage, video editing, and streaming video and audio while integrating RAID so IT managers can protect all their workstation and server data," said Ahmet Houssein, vice president of Adaptec's Storage Solutions Group.
To meet the demands of increased Ultra320 SCSI throughput, the SYM53C1030 is the first SCSI controller with a PCI-X interface.
Combining American Megatrends' line of quality Fast Disk SCSI controllers with CorelSCSI enables us to offer users one of the most effective and powerful high-end SCSI solutions available on the market," said Dr.
This is to connect an external drive array to a server, which has a SCSI controller on the motherboard.
You can find out some basic information under Windows operating system by going to the control panel, select system, select the device manager, and select SCSI controller and the Hard disks.
At 160 MBytes per second and with CRC error checking, this high performance Ultra 160 SCSI controller complements SBS' extensive line of PMC products.
The enhanced VAP version of OPTI- NET will permit add-on IBM SCSI controllers inserted into a network file server to handle up to seven CD-ROM drives per SCSI card.
This occurs even though each item on the bus has its own ID and only the last item is terminated, with the SCSI controller providing its termination.
With the ability to attach up to 12 inexpensive ATA drives on a single RAID controller, it is the only ATA RAID solution that can match the storage capacity and performance levels of a SCSI controller for applications that require terabytes of reliable storage.
Product model SC6H integrates a SCSI controller with boot BIOS ROM and up to 120 GBytes of hard disk storage on a single cPCI card.
On a normal SCSI bus, the SCSI controller usually supplies the termination on one end and a Single Ended, LVD, or multimode terminator on the other.