Scsi Storage

Written by Amy Hall
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SCSI storage stands for the "Small Computer System Interface". It is a standard interface that is commonly employed between various computers and other devices. It seems that this technology has been in use since the 60s, although it has become more mainstream since 1986.

The main goal of this technology is to provide host computers with freedom from other peripheral devices. With that being the case, there are a host of options that can be added to host computers for more efficient function. Such options include disk drives, printers, media devices, and more. All of this can be achieved without having to modify the existing hardware or software.

SCSI Facts

Those companies looking for ways to ensure data security often look to SCSI technology for some solutions. Whenever SCSI storage is employed, the computer sends out a list of standard commands that actually moves data back and forth between the host computer and external devices. The process is quick and easy.

Another advantage of SCSI is its speed. In today's technology age, corporations do not have time to waste when they need access to mission-critical data. Furthermore, when a disaster occurs, corporations want to know exactly where to go to retrieve their data in an expedient fashion. Several attributes, such as expandability, flexibility, performance, and ease of use are what make SCSI technology so appealing.


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