command queuing

command queuing

Storing multiple commands and executing them in the most efficient order. See NCQ.
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To achieve the highest performance and most power-efficient data transport, the UFS card supports multiple commands with command queuing features and enables simultaneous reading and writing through the use of separately dedicated paths, doubling throughput.
UFS relies on the SCSI transfer architecture, which allows the storage to accept multiple commands with command queuing features.
SMG Titan supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ) -- a technology that optimizes the order of file data accessing sequence to increase overall work efficiency.
However, in the world, Ventura Ultra is one of the few USB flash drives to provide USB Attached SCSI Protocol support, which consent to command queuing in order to maximize the transfer rate potential.
0Gb/s SATA interface, Native Command Queuing and a 32MB buffer memory.
The third generation of the mainstream storage interface for desktop and notebook computers also enhances power efficiency and improves native command queuing, a Sata feature, to increase overall system performance and data transfer speeds of mainstream PC applications, she added.
The updated native command queuing allows streaming commands.
5-inch hard drives delivers high performance with 7,200 RPM spindle speed, 300 MB/s transfer rate, cache sizes up to 16 MB, and Native Command Queuing (NCQ); capacities ranging from 40 GB to 500 GB; and cool operating temperatures and quiet operation, which enable customers to integrate WD products in the most demanding environments.
The MHV2200BT also features a hardware accelerator that maximizes Native Command Queuing (NCQ) performance, an important feature that enables the hard disk drive controller to intelligently and simultaneously queue and reorder up to 32 instructions, resulting in a significant improvement in overall hard disk drive performance.
9 family combines up to a massive half-terabyte capacity with fast 3Gbit/second Serial ATA through put and leading-edge storage technologies such as Native Command Queuing (NCQ) to deliver the industry's highest levels of performance and reliability.
The 2U rackmount enclosure takes advantage of SATA II technology enhancements, such as 3-Gbps transfer rates, native command queuing for transaction-oriented applications and hot-plug capability.
5 specification was recently released and with new features such as Native Command Queuing, 3Gb/s transfer rates, Port Multiplication, and Port Selection, SATA RAID holds great promise for the enterprise.

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