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November 28, 1993

SEAGATE AND SUN UNVEIL SINGLE CONNECTOR ATTACHMENT FOR SCSI

By CBR Staff Writer

Seagate Technology Inc, Scotts Valley, California is now shipping disk drive families in volume quantities that incorporate the Single Connector Attachment for SCSI disk drives it developed with jointly Sun Microsystems Inc, Mountain View. The Attachment incorporates all disk functionality and configurations into a single point of connection, the aim being to reduce drive integration costs, improve overall system reliability by eliminating the need for multiple cables and drive configuration settings, and simplify drive connection to the system interface. The product is targeted at disk array and server applications that require multiple drives. The Single Connector Attachment uses a standard AMP connector and is available now on such Seagate disk drive products as the ST3610NC, the ST31200NC, and the ST12400NC-2. Seagate says that Sun and ICL Plc have already signed up as OEM customers.

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