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comp.arch.storage FAQ 2/2
Section - [1.2] IEEE Mass Storage System Ref Model (OSSI) {Brief, 6/1/95}

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From: Standards

The Storage Systems Standards Working Group now has a WWW page at
http://www.arl.mil/IEEE/ssswg.html.

Version 5 of the model is available via
ftp://swedishchef.lerc.nasa.gov:mass_store/ as the files
ossiv5.ps{1,2,3}.

The OSSI (Open Storage Systems Interconnection) Reference Model (its
new name) "provides the framework for a series of standards for
application and user interfaces to open storage systems." One of its
prime purposes is to define a common vocabulary. Claiming compliance
with the model at the moment has little practical value as far as
interoperation of different pieces from different vendors goes (which
is one of the ultimate aims of the still-distant standards that may
develop from this model).

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