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SCSI

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
SCSISCSI /ˈskʌzi/ noun [uncountable]  (small computer systems interface) something that helps a small computer work with another piece of electronic equipment, such as a printer, especially when they are connected by wires a SCSI port
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SCSIOther features include two serial ports, Ethernet adapter, five drive bays and a SCSI controller.The peripherals modules, for disk and tape expansion, can be integrated together by interconnecting external SCSI and power cables.In general, SCSI is a better bet than relying on the parallel connection.There are built-in SCSI and networking resources.One or two subsystems can be configured on a single SCSI system bus.The subsystem also concentrates many drives on to a single SCSI address.
From Longman Business DictionarySCSISCSI /ˈskʌzi/ noun [singular] COMPUTING Small Computer Systems Interface; a part of a computer where you can connect another piece of equipment such as a printerThe PC has an integrated SCSI adaptor.
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