…ok lets just call them SAS!
Define Serial Attached SCSI
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) cables are used to connect an array of hard drives to other SAS devices (controllers, hard drives, SAN storage area network, etc). SAS cables can have data transfer rates of 3Gbps, 6Gbps, or 12Gbps with 22.5Gbps in development. These cables have 4 lanes, using a point-to-point serial protocol that moves data to and from storage devices. SAS solutions are widely used in data centers, businesses and sometimes even in small offices.
"Fast and efficient data transfer, reduced bulk cable, and hot swappable devices are all benefits which can be realized with this new standard in SCSI."
- Passive Copper cables
- Broadband design for 6.0 Gb/s & 12.0 Gb/s data rates
- Fully compliant to the latest SAS 2.1 at 6Gb/s and SAS 3.0 at 12 Gb/s interface specifications
- Universal key
- 100 Ohm impedance
- Cable lengths offered range from 0.5M to 6M
- RAID systems
- Storage racks
- External Storage data systems
- Direct-attached storage (DAS)
- SAS/SATA HBA interfaces
- Fiber Channel
|Product ID||Product Description|
|GT-4444xxE-xM||HD Mini-SAS SFF-8644 to HD Mini-SAS SFF-8644 External Cable|
|GT-4488xxE-xM||HD Mini-SAS SFF-8644 to Mini-SAS SFF-8088 External Cable|
|GT-8888xxE-xM||Mini-SAS SFF-8088 to Mini-SAS SFF-8088 External Cable|
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