IBM BCS SAS Storage Module

Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Manufacturer: International Business Machines
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.98 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.0.6001.16659 / 01 May 2009

Windows device driver information for IBM BCS SAS Storage Module

The IBM BCS SAS Storage Module forms part of the Business Computing Solutions of the hardware manufacturer. This particular solution is based on the large scale mainframe computers that were introduced into the business community as early as 1986. The device driver allows for the delivery of day to day protection of critical data that affects the overall operation of the supported business environment. Maximizing business potentials while minimizing data loss is the target for the implementation of the device driver which allows for the delivery of robust, simplified, and scalable solutions that optimize data centers and infrastructures. The device driver also supports the data recovery and management for enterprise storage devices. Essentially this strategy makes use of the analysis of the strategic points that are used in storage management. It takes into consideration potential pitfalls in data protection and make them the launching pad for viable storage solutions.

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The IBM BCS SAS Storage Module implements a data access technology that is known as Serial-Attached SCSI. This particular routine supported by the device driver provides for the accessing of peripheral devices a bit at a time. It normally makes use of thin cables to allow digital transfer of data in connected network environments. This method implemented by the device driver is considered as considerably faster compared to the older parallel cable connection technology. Aside from the advantage of thinner cables it also presents smaller and less bulky connectors. In terms of the actual data transfer this particular method provides better insulation against crosstalk compared to its parallel counterpart. This is attributed to the fewer conductors found in its connector cables. The IBM BCS SAS Storage Module and its corresponding device driver allows for the execution of data transfer rates that can go beyond the 3 Gb per second range with potentials for reaching the 10 Gb per second mark. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and IBM BCS SAS Storage Module errors before installing any driver updates.