Z-SAN SCSI Adapter

Category: Storage & Hard Drivers
Manufacturer: ATTO Technology, Inc
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 20k
Operating System: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: unknown / 22 Oct 1999

Windows device driver information for Z-SAN SCSI Adapter

-ZSAN SCSI Adapter is created using the -ZSAN technology, which is a network storage type of architecture, which exhibits superiority in performance and scalability. -ZSAN SCSI Adapter is a single-channel type of host adapter that comes in handy in increasing the storage performance amongst servers and work stations, which are regarded to be high performance. It has a large throughput size and capability, which makes the adapter an ideal choice for moving data, which is in large amounts. -ZSAN SCSI Adapter also provides an increased performance and reliability with Integrated RAID, which is operating system independent and hardware-based, which in turn results into an unmatched performance without special drivers. It is the ultimate solution for the conflicting driver issues since the -ZSAN SCSI Adapter has a lot of scalability and flexibility in operation and does not limit one to the RAID type of configuration and this boosts an easy capacity expansion, which comes in handy for many of its users.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

Z-SAN SCSI Adapter uses writes and reads -initiator-target and its protocol for storage networking uses UDP instead of the Fibre Channel and iSCSI standards. The packet guarantee of the Z-SAN SCSI Adapter takes place at the application level since each transfer demands ACK response failure to which an the file system reports an error. Z-SAN SCSI Adapter s file system commands are passed via driver installed on the operating system to create a translation of messages into commands that the disks can easily understand. Z-SAN SCSI Adapter is considered to be very expensive but that is nothing compared to its efficiency in performance. The Z-SAN Adapter is preferred mainly because it does not require any more RAID controllers or host bus adapters, which translates to a low cost and complexity. This in turn means that the duties of the storage processing such as interrupt management and parity calculation, which may have been offloaded on a hardware component and requires the handling of the initiator's resources. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Z-SAN SCSI Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.