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Solid-state drive interface gets first interop test

5/30/2013 11:26 PM EDT
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Charlie Cassidy
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re: Solid-state drive interface gets first interop test
Charlie Cassidy   6/3/2013 7:23:21 PM
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SSD drives started off using SCSI and proprietary custom interfaces (DEC's SDI and DSSI and others) before PATA even existed.

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re: Solid-state drive interface gets first interop test
RGARVIN640   5/31/2013 8:52:56 PM
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SSD drives started off using PATA, for a LONG time the only interface you could get them with. The writer should reseach the back history of devices in his articles.

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