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Seagate to demo 12Gbps Serial Attached SCSI SSD's
Utilitzing SATA-3 as SAS 6gbps used SATA-2 before it, the new SAS 12Gb/s standard is nearly finalized and the first devices ready to be showcased, leveraging the increase bandwidth for Enterprise and Workstation storage:
Seagate will demonstrate a variety of technologies at the SCSI Trade Association (STA) Technology Showcase this week aimed at improving the performance of servers, datacenters and cloud computing applications, including the first public demonstration of solid-state drives operating at 12 gigabits per second.
Source - Seagate
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