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Paralan  Profile

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Paralan  Company Overview

Before the development of SCSI Bus Expanders, SCSI cable length was restricted to short distances. To address this limitation, Paralan Corporation invented and manufactured the world's first fiber optic SCSI Bus Extender compatible with any manufacturer's SCSI host adapters and SCSI peripherals.

Founded in 1988, San Diego-based Paralan designs and manufactures both off-the-shelf and custom products for industry leaders like IBM, Xerox, and Northrop Grumman. Paralan's products are embedded in computer installations worldwide, making SCSI work.

Paralan  Products

The types of products manufactured by Paralan include iSCSI Bridges, SCSI Extenders, SCSI Converters, SCSI Switches, premium SCSI Quiet Cables, SCSI Cable Testers, and Ultra320 Host Bus Adapters.

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