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How SATA drives hook up to a SAN

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How can a SATA drive hook up to a SAN?
Storage array manufacturers are building arrays that can house either SCSI drives, Fibre Channel drives, ATA drives or SATA drives within the array. The controllers front ending the connection between the drives and the SAN fabric bridge the protocols to allow connectivity.

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This was last published in February 2004

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