SAS drives set to take over Ultra320 SCSI this year

I just posted the article SAS drives set to take over Ultra320 SCSI this year.

Like how quick SATA hard drives took off, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) has grown exponentially in 2006 going by this BusinessWire report. The SCSI Trade Association which supports and promotes…

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The [Ultra 320] SCSI is dead. Long live the [Serial Attached] SCSI. When you have 2.5" drives spinning at 10,000 or even 15,000 RPM and have a lower power rating than larger 3.5" drives, it’s just common sense for the server market to go in that direction. :+ I was actually hoping there’d be some headway in SSD’s though :frowning: That’s the REAL future of storage…