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ide

(aɪd)
n
(Animals) another name for the silver orfe. See orfe
[C19: from New Latin idus, from Swedish id]

-ide

or -id

a suffix used in the names of chemical compounds.

IDE

intact dilatation and extraction.

IDE

Integrated Drive Electronics: a standard for computer interface ports that allows the disk controller of an IDE-compatible hard drive or CD-ROM drive to be integrated into the disk itself. Compare EIDE, SCSI.
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The SBC includes a Silicon Motion SM712 GPU, SVGA video routed to J5, 2 SATA ports, four COM ports, IDE interface, PS/2 mouse and keyboard, CompactFlash site supporting up to 32-GB nonvolatile memory, and two PMC mezzanine card interfaces.
The kit also supports internal storage devices, such as hard drives, via the EZ-Host controller's on-chip IDE interface.
In fact, I don't know if you know this but Western Digital helped develop the IDE interface.
Complementing the new board's functionality are extensions to the existing serial and Ethernet capabilities (6 and 2 ports respectively), an SVGA graphics interface, two USB ports, a 16-bit digital I/O and an IDE interface.
With the VXA-1 being the first tape drive to offer SCSI-class features and performance with an IDE interface, Compaq can now address both SCSI and IDE interface needs with one technology," said Bill Almon, vice president, sales and marketing for Ecrix.
Just months after the release of an industry proposal to expand the current IDE interface definition to include standard support of CD-ROM drives, Philips has announced that it will be first to manufacture a compatible drive.
CompactFlash adapter supports Type I and II memory cards and IBM Microdrives via IDE interface
0, two Serial ATA, one IDE Interface and Intel High Definition Audio.
Low-cost RAID devices using the low-cost serial IDE interface are being implemented in a growing variety of storage appliances and blade servers addressing cost sensitive and lower performance markets.
Therefore, customers that do their own IDE interface can take advantage of the WP# Pin feature.
In some portable applications, designers are challenged to keep up with these stringent demands when the embedded processor cannot keep up with the data transfer rate of the hard drive due to a lack of a native IDE interface in the system.
The built-in IDE interface supports two enhanced IDE devices including the Ultra DMA 33/66/100 mode with a data transfer rate up to 100 MB/sec.