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Adaptec  Profile

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Adaptec  Company Overview

Adaptec provides one of the industry's broadest storage solution suites, from chips to internal host bus adapters and RAID controllers to external storage area networks (SAN), Ethernet-based iSCSI SAN (IP SAN), network attached storage (NAS), and the software that extends storage functionality and value. Adaptec pioneered SCSI (Small Computer System Interface), a technology that enabled end users to easily and affordably connect their PCs, Macs, servers and workstations to storage devices and peripherals. Adaptec also reduced the cost and complexity of RAID to help drive the widespread deployment of the data protection technology, simplify data management and reduce total storage ownership costs.

Today, Adaptec continues to simplify storage with a family of interoperable solutions that enables organizations to easily and cost-effectively scale storage across direct-attached and networked environments and a broad range of technologies - including SCSI, Serial ATA, Serial Attached SCSI, iSCSI and Fibre Channel.

Adaptec  Products

The types of products manufactured by Adaptec include Serial Attached SCSI, Serial ATA, SCSI, iSCSI, Network Attached Storage (NAS)-Snap Servers, RAID, Host Adapters, FireWire, and Storage Software.

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