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SCSI

 (skŭz′ē)
n.
A small computer system interface used for connecting peripheral devices, such as external disk drives and scanners, as used on personal computers.

[s(mall) c(omputer) s(ystem) i(nterface).]
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SCSI

(ˈskʌzɪ)
n
(Computer Science) Small Computer Systems Interface: a system for connecting a computer to peripheral devices
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SCSI

(ˈskʌz i)
n.
a standard for computer interface ports featuring faster data transmission and greater flexibility than normal ports.
[1985–90; s(mall) c(omputer) s(ystem) i(nterface)]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.SCSI - interface consisting of a standard port between a computer and its peripherals that is used in some computersSCSI - interface consisting of a standard port between a computer and its peripherals that is used in some computers
interface, port - (computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)
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Translations

SCSI

[ˈskʌzɪ] N ABBR (Comput) =small computer systems interfaceSCSI m or f controlador de dispositivos de entrada y salida de alta velocidad de transferencia
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SCSI

[ˈskʌzi] (=small computer systems interface)
n abbrSCSI m
modif abbr [card, interface] → SCSI
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SCSI

(Comput) abbr of Small Computer Systems InterfaceSCSI
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References in periodicals archive ?
But as the year progressed, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), SCSI's serial replacement technology, evolved to become last year's principal storage trend as it joined forces with SATA to begin supplanting the aging parallel SCSI interface.
These include: the iStor inAbled aXstor Ai iSCSI-SATA Storage Subsystem, which replaces parallel SCSI in DAS and NAS environments and supplements or replaces FC in SAN environments; and the iStor inAbled aXstor Ai iSCSI Storage Subsystem, the company claims.
SAS is a next-generation serial interface designed to extend the capabilities of today's parallel SCSI drives and provide users with improved performance, system design flexibility and product reliability.
For example, there are new devices available such as the Ultra SPI-3 (SCSI-3 Parallel Interface) and SPI-4, and Ultra160 or Ultra320 parallel SCSI devices.
Compared with preceding parallel SCSI channels, basic FC-AL provides: Higher data throughput with up to 5x more bandwidth over SCSI; Greater scalability, addressing up to 7x more disk drives per channel; Greater distances between servers and storage pools with cabling lengths increased more than 20x (multi-mode) or 400x (single-mode); and Expanded connectivity options based on fibre channel hubs and switches.
This parallel SCSI adapter allows users to attach up to seven SCSI devices to their printer port.
Overcoming many of the limitations of traditional parallel SCSI implementations, SAS solutions that offer connectivity choices and support both SAS and Serial ATA (SATA) drive technology enable enterprises to easily create tiered storage environments.
FC-AL provides a 2.5- to 10-fold increase in effective data bandwidth over the traditional parallel SCSI storage interface.
Backup administrators needed to use a Fibre Channel to parallel SCSI protocol converter (also called a Bridge or Router) to connect their native SCSI drives and libraries to the Fibre Channel SAN.
Enterprise servers have long used the standard parallel SCSI 3.5" hard disc drives for internal storage requirements.
Many current systems employ Ultra 320 parallel SCSI for boot drives, local data storage, or external arrays of modest size.
Data centers have relied on the parallel SCSI bus interface as the workhorse of disk drive interconnections for almost 25 years.

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