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SATA

From Chace Audio

Introduced in 2003, with 1.5Gbit/s and 3.0Gbit/s capacities. Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) is a computer bus primarily designed for transfer of data between a computer and mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives. The main advantages over the older parallel ATA interface are faster data transfer, ability to hot-swap, thinner cables for more efficient air cooling, and tighter data integrity checks. SATA drives may be plugged into Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) controllers and communicate on the same physical cable as native SAS disks. SAS disks, however, may not be plugged into a SATA controller.