Fibre Channel Buses Hardware
A set of standards developed by ANSI. Fibre Channel (FC) is intended to provide a practical and inexpensive means of rapidly "transferring data between workstations, mainframes, supercomputers, desktop computers, storage devices, displays and other peripherals", according to the Fibre Channel Association (FCA). FC's speed of data transmission is due not only to the fundamental nature of the transmission system, but also to the fact that FC is a serial link technology. In other words, FC is a new I/O (input/output) interface over which data is streamed in serial fashion across an established link.
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- Fibre Channel GigaRing Channel Interfaces - List of manufactures for GigaRing Channel.
- CERN Fibre Channel - The pages aren\\'t updated any more but there buses is a lot here. General information, and specifications.
- Fibre Channel - Need to solve the storage and access puzzle? buses This technology buses puts the pieces together.
- T11 - Site of TC T11, which standardizes Fibre Channel, buses HIPPI and hardware IPI interfaces for mass storage peripherals, buses networks and other high-performance hardware applications.
- Fibre Channel, SCSI and You - A preview of Fibre Channel performance.
- Fibre Channel S-bus Interfaces - List of manufacturers for S-bus.
- Fibre Channel EISA Interfaces - List of manufacturers with EISA interfaces.
- Fibre Channel PCI/PMC Interfaces - List of manufacturers for PCI/PMC bus.
- Plan to Merge Fibre Channel and SSA Moves Ahead - Article by Terry Costlow at EETimes.com.
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