COMPACTFLASH SEEN AS SCSI
30 October 2012
Advanced storage systems design, development and integration specialist, Solid State Disks, has launched the SCSI Bridge drive,
which solves the growing and increasingly expensive problem of repairing or replacing ageing and failing SCSI-based hard disk (3.5 inch and 5.25 inch HDD), magneto optical (MO), quarter-inch tape (Pertec, QIC DAT, DLT 3490), Jazz, ZIP, Bernoulli and floppy (FDD) drives on computer-based legacy equipment.
The SCSI Bridge drive provides a low-cost, solid state drive replacement that enables CompactFlash cards to be seen as SCSI drives by the host system.
The SCSI Bridge drive combines proven SCSI drive architectures (SASI, SCSI-1, SCSI-2) with industrystandard, solid state CompactFlash card technology to provide a highly reliable, solid state drop-in replacement for any style of SCSIbased drive including hard disk, magneto optical, tape and floppy drives.