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What is Ultra SCSI?
Ultra SCSI is also called "Fast-20". It is an enhancement of SCSI that results in doubling the FAST SCSI data throughput speeds to 20MBps for 8bit and 40MBps for 16bit. It reduces the maximum allowable single-ended SCSI cable length to 1.5m for five to eight addresses and 3m for four or fewer addresses. Maximum allowable differential (HVD) SCSI cable length is 25m. It is defined in the SPI document of the SCSI-3 spec.
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The landscape is shifting in the emerging market for solid-state storage drives that could threaten the power-hungry HDDs.
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2004-02-20 Seagate kicks off server shift to 2.5-inch drives
Seagate Technology has kicked off an expected industry transition from 3.5- to 2.5-inch hard disk drives for servers as it roles out its Savvio line.
2005-03-10 Scope offers 16bit logic input
Yokogawa now offers a 16bit logic input capability on its DL7400 series of digital oscilloscopes, previously available only as an optional extra.
2008-02-08 Scope breaks 1Gpt memory barrier
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2007-05-17 Scalable storage architectures support SAN
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Based on an Intel 815 chipset with a C-ICH communications controller, the EPC-2325 PCI/ISA PICMG single-board computer from RadiSys Corp. is targeted for OEMs developing communications products for enterprise applications.
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2004-11-23 Pushing the envelope in blade server design
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2012-01-03 Protocol transactors tout faster SoC verification
The Veloce transactors enable the use of stimuli generated by modern simulation test benches including SystemVerilog/OVM and UVM, SystemC and C-based environments
2010-07-15 Protocol analyzer cuts USB 3.0 test costs
LeCroy Corp. launches a USB 3.0 protocol analyzer that is designed to lower the cost of testing SuperSpeed USB devices.
2004-12-28 Procom expands SATA-based NAS filers line
Procom announced that they have developed a new high-capacity, budget-priced model to extend its recently developed line of SATA-based NAS filers.
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