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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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The result is that a host can issue new Write commands to a SCSI target in faster succession than is possible with standard architecture.
For a year-by-year list, beginning with the brilliant SCSIs of the pre-Clippers early '80s, see the accompanying box.
Begin, for example, with a SCSI hard drive or perhaps a tape backup unit, both of which are relatively simple to install.
The 53C810 is SCSI SCRIPTS programmable and software compatible with the NCR53C720 intelligent SCSI I/O processor for an 8-bit SCSI-2 bus.
Performance remains an area where SCSI drives have an advantage over ATA drives.
designs, manufacturers and markets Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) host adapters and software for personal computers and peripherals, proprietary SCSI and AT-interface VLSI circuits, controllers for the imaging industry, and SCSI development systems.
By providing precise active termination for 27 LVD SCSI bus lines, the device will achieve peak bus performance, permitting the manufacture of more robust and reliable ULTRA320 and ULTRA640 systems.
SAS disk drives also provide additional system resilience via Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) capability, optimized sequential addressing features, SCSI protocol native data integrity and error event handling capability.
The E-Disk Ultra320 SCSI product line is fully compatible with major platforms such as Linux, Solaris, Windows, MacOS and LynxOS, AIX, FreeBSD, HP-UX, IRIX, NetBSD, OS/2, QNX, VxWorks, SCO Unixware and Open Server, Solaris x86, and Tru64.
These early expanders were often called converters, because they converted the downstream SCSI signaling scheme and were simply modeled in the system as a slight cable delay.
5-inch SCSI disks," said Ofer Tsur, M-Systems' marketing manager for FFD products.
In contrast, SCSI disk drives are designed to meet the needs of mainstream servers, workstations and RAID storage systems.