disk drive controller

disk drive controller

[′disk ¦drīv kən′trō·lər]
(computer science)
A device that enables a microcomputer to control the functioning of a disk drive.
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The RC5100 is the latest addition to the LSI[R] TrueStore family of ICs for hard disk, solid-state disk and tape devices, including highly integrated storage system-on-a-chip (SoC), read channels, preamplifiers, serial PHYs and hard disk drive controller IP.
The RC9700 is the latest addition to the LSI TrueStore family of ICs for hard disk, tape and solid-state drive components, including highly integrated high-performance storage SoCs, read channels, preamplifiers, serial PHYs and hard disk drive controller IP.
The LSI TrueStore family of ICs for hard disk and tape drive components, and custom silicon solutions include highly integrated high-performance storage SoCs, read channels, preamplifiers, serial PHYs, custom ARM(R) core processors and hard disk drive controller IP.
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.
Silicon providers such as QLogic also have full support for hardware-assisted XOR generation in their Fibre Channel disk drive controller chips.
lawsuit over a floppy disk drive controller in its notebook personal computers.
In addition to producing smaller object code size, which is valuable in memory-constrained embedded applications like ABS systems, disk drive controllers, and handheld devices, the new compiler is fully compatible with ARM's assembly language, making it easy to use existing library routines and ROM Monitors.