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ATA vs SATA

ATA vs SATA
ATA stands for Advanced Technology Attachment. The name has been officially assigned by the American National Standards Institute group X3T10 to refer to Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE). SATA stands for...

SATA vs PATA

SATA vs PATA
SATA stands for Serial ATA, whereas PATA stands for Parallel ATA. They both refer to two different ways of encoding and transporting the data electronically. The data transfer speeds of SATA is higher than...

SAS vs SATA

SAS vs SATA
SAS, or Serial Attached SCSI, is a serial communication protocol for direct attached devices. These are generally faster and historically more expensive interface than compared to SATA. SAS drives are regarded...

Storage vs Memory

Storage vs Memory
In terminology of computers, storage or memory refers to computer components and recording media which are used to store and retain digital information. Technically, there is no difference between the two...

XFP vs SFP vs SFP+

XFP vs SFP vs SFP+
SFP, SFP+ and XFP, all refer to a type of transceiver that is plugged into a special port on a switch or to some network device. These transceivers are used in the field of telecommunication and data...

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