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SAS

Abbreviation for:
sarcoma-amplified sequence
saturated ammonium sulphate
Scottish Ambulance Service 
serrated adenoma
severe aortic stenosis
short aorta syndrome
Sklar Aphasia Scale
sleep apnoea syndrome
space adaptation syndrome
staff and associate specialists, see there 
standard accounting system
subvalvular aortic stenosis
Supplier Attachment Scheme

SAS

subaortic stenosis.
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Each SCSI tape drive can be mapped to both Fibre ports providing two independent paths for each drive.
Do not boot (turn on) your computer without turning on the SCSI devices first.
These drives, designed for mobile applications, have shock ratings as high as twice that of SCSI drives.
As the next generation of SCSI, SAS bridges the parallel technology gap in performance, affordability, and reliability.
Many of the capabilities of Serial Attached SCSI described above are enabled or enhanced by a new generation of SCSI expanders, called SAS expanders.
Most SCSI disk drives today spin at 10,000 and 15,000 RPM, while ATA drives typically spin at 5,400 or 7,200 RPM.
The E-Disk(R) Ultra320 SCSI flash drive will help companies face the challenge of managing huge amounts of data by providing lightning speed throughput via a solid state storage solution that can be easily implemented into existing computing infrastructures," says Rudy Bruce, President of BiTMICRO(R) Networks.
Serial-Attached SCSI takes advantage of these VLSI advances to enable a highly scalable connection scheme and to allow the connection topology to grow through the use of expanders.
5-inch Ultra Narrow SCSI is a solid-state disk with no moving parts, available now with capacities ranging from 256MB to 15GB in a standard 2.
The enterprise data center has long been the domain of SCSI and Fibre Channel storage technology and components.
STA will schedule `plugfests' (test labs) in 1Q 2004, in cooperation with the University of New Hampshire, to provide STA members with the opportunity to test all newly developed Serial Attached SCSI products for compatibility with Serial ATA and for interoperability.