2000F Fibre Channel

Category: Storage and hard drive
Manufacturer: Adaptec Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 10.3 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT3.51, Windows NT4, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: / 12/19/2000

Windows device driver information for 2000F Fibre Channel

This hardware component is used to support the implementation of technology which is capable of transmitting data between computer devices. The data transfer speeds that can be achieved by these types of hardware components can reach up to four gigabytes per second with the possibility of achieving rates of up to 10 gigabytes per second in the very near future. The deployment of the 2000F Fibre Channel and its corresponding device driver can be normally seen in networking environments where they provide service to network servers for the purpose of sharing storage media. The device driver of this particular hardware component also supports interconnection of drives as well as storage controllers. According to some computer experts the technology behind this implementation is approximately three times faster compared to that of the Small Computer System Interface method. Both methods can function as an interface for clustered storage media and computer servers.

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The deployment of the 2000F Fibre Channel and its corresponding device driver allows the network environment to be more flexible. This particular technology can allow for the interconnection of devices that can be up to ten kilometers apart. The possibility of this infrastructure is based on the assumption that an optical fiber will be used as the physical medium for the data transmission. For shorter distances conventional twisted pair or coaxial cable connections can be utilized. The device driver of the 2000F Fibre Channel can support the implementation of various computer networks like point-to-point, loop, and switched interfaces. The device driver allows the supported hardware component to maintain interoperability with Small Computer System Interface and Internet Protocol standards among others. This translates to a wider possibility for deployment of the supported technology. The Fibre Channel Protocol predominantly makes use of Small Computer System Interface transport commands. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 2000F Fibre Channel errors before installing any driver updates.