SCSI

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Small Computer System Interface. SCSI is a set of standards for connecting and transferring data between computers and peripherals such as hard disks, Printers, Scanners etc. SCSI defines the physical, transport, protocol and command layers for the SCSI system. There are many physical interfaces used with SCSI. Ex: Parallel SCSI, SAS, Fibre Channel, iSCSI etc.


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