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comp.arch.storage FAQ 2/2
Section - [8.10] IEEE P1394 (Serial Bus)

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From: (Device) Interfaces

Apple's new standard for connecting devices via a high-speed serial
bus. Good info at http://www.skipstone.com. Also some info FTPable at
ftp.apple.com (I think that's where I got those papers.) (rdv,
95/5/15)

After having been somewhat dormant for a while, standards activity on
new versions of 1394 is heating up again.  Faster versions are in the
works, as is a protocol for doing disks across it. (rdv, 96/10/28)

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