SCSI (pronounced "scuzzy") is the acronym for Small Computer System Interface. SCSI is a bus system, meaning it is used to carry electronic information quickly from a computer to any number of associated devices. A SCSI bus uses a device called a controller or host adapter to manage the transmission and reception of power and data between these devices. Hard drives, scanners, CD-ROM/RW drives and printers can all be connected to a computer at the same time through the use of SCSI.
SCSI is a modified version of the Shugart Associates System Interface (SASI), which was first built in 1981 and was a proprietary product of Shugart Associates. SCSI became an industry standard in 1986.
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