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Section - [8.12] S2I: IEEE P1285 Scalable Storage Interface

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From: (Device) Interfaces

Chaired by Martin Freeman, Philips Research, this is an effort to
standardize attaching disk drives directly to a system bus, making the
disk's buffers readable as regular memory to the CPU. Sort of the
opposite of network-attached storage, this couples the storage device
design more closely to the hardware and OS of the host system. See
http://sunrise.scu.edu/P1285Home.html for more info. (rdv, 1995/12/22)

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