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Most drives today are:
c. Fire wire
d. Mini RAID arrays
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ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment) is the official name the American National Standards Institute group X3T10 uses for what the computer industry calls Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE). A newer technology, Serial ATA (the Serial Advanced Technology Attachment or SATA) is a relatively new standard for connecting hard drives to computer systems. As its name implies, SATA is based on serial signaling technology, unlike current IDE hard drives that use parallel signaling.