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Serial Attached SCSI - is it worth the wait? - article republished from InfoStore magazine

Here at we've had a magazine page dedicated to SAS since 2001.

SAS products have been shipping to users since 2005 - but the market has been stuck in a prolonged "innovator" phase. As the SAS market is poised to advance to the "early adopter" phase - I thought it would be good to have an article (which is less technical than those we've previously published) to introduce the benefits of this technology to more readers. This article is republished here with the kind permission of InfoStore - Asia's leading storage magazine. the article

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