Definitions

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  • Serial ATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) (A computer bus technology primarily designed for transfer of data to and from a hard disk. It is the successor to the legacy Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) standard.)

Etymologies

serial + ATA (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • SATA 6Gbps×2ポート (Marvellチップ) 、SATA 3Gbps×6ポート (Intel P55) 、eSATA×1ポート (JMicron JMB361) 、ATA×1ポート (JMicron JMB361)

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  • SATA drives •Provides RAID 1 disk mirroring •Requires no additional software or controller cards to operate •Disk are hot-swappable for data backup and disk replacement •SATA 3G, SATA,

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  • An example might be an archived video that needs to be brought off long-term SATA storage and put in Fibre Channel or the solid state drive tier so that it can be re-rendered for fresh use.

    The Register

  • SIPRI ph for wireless or you kind of SATA, which is a storage.

    Altera CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Earnings Call Transcript - Seeking Alpha

  • The company said the inventory on hand in Seagate's distribution channels for one class of drives--based on a technology called SATA and dimensions of 3.5 inches--is below the targeted range of four to six weeks.

    Seagate's Dividend, Forecast Bode Well For Drive Demand

  • They accuse Mr Attias, a keen polo player, of "enticing away" Mr Alarco to set up a new fund called SATA Partners with him and Ms Cripps and say the company's name is made up Mr Alarco and Mr Attias's initials.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • All our drives are SATA, which is the method of connection.

    PCWorld

  • Intel's tick-tock plan doesn't coincide with the technical improvements made to areas outside of processor development, such as SuperSpeed USB-3. 0 or Revision 3. x SATA 6. 0-Gbps (aka SATA-III) controllers.

    OCTools

  • (Parallel ATA) and the newer standard is called SATA (Serial ATA).

    TechSoup

  • At the moment there are two such purportedly game-changing new technologies vying for our consideration: USB 3.0 (an upgrade from USB2) and SATA 6Gb/s (the sequel to SATA 3Gb/s, unofficially and more popularly known as SATA II).

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