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Old 22-02-2010
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Solution for external storage

I want to add up an external storage solution in my computer to take up regular backup. I had checked that there are regular incoming in my network which is causing the issues. The only way is to get an external storage for data backup. I think esata is recommended for the same. What are the others solutions available for the same.
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Re: Solution for external storage

For external connectivity of storage you have really many choices. the first most common is USB 2.0/USB 1.0. Not designed as a large data transfer connectivity the USB 2.0 spec was tweaked to allow faster throughput but the underlying protocol used for data transfer is not as fast as its theoretical maximum.
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Re: Solution for external storage

USB maintain is excellent for an end user backing up - not superior for streaming FS video on the other hand. USB 2.0 hard drives are contemptible and somewhat dependable - stand in mind though USB was imaginary for keyboards, mice and printers not 44Mb/s data relocate. One of the motivations for this is the overhead from the exchange of ATA (the internal drive used) to the exterior interface.
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Re: Solution for external storage

Firewire was intended as a digital storage interface, intended from the ground up with the function of presenting a enormous way to get data into your computer immediately. Developed in part by Apple and Sony, Firewire is more dependable and presents good speed than USB 2.0 (even though its theoretical greatest relocate rate is less) for moving data approximately ? on the other hand for full uncompressed video it can lag. One of the motivations for this again is the overhead from the adaptation of ATA (the internal drive used) to the exterior interface.
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Re: Solution for external storage

The majority general one is SCSI - Small Computer Systems Interface. One of the most basic connectivities for storage SCSI has developed as time has gone on, it still today presents an excellent data relocate rate but at a massive cost. Characteristically SCSI drives cost approximately 4 -5 times as much as SATA or IDE drives (used in Firewire and USB drives) and necessitate an exclusive PCI explanation for the host adapter.
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Re: Solution for external storage

If you necessitate an excellent presentation then eSATA will be the best. eSATA gives you presentation to burn. You will get excellent presentation from individual drives, but grouping is up to eight Serial ATA hard drives in a RAID 0 (striped) collection discloses the true prowess of this connectivity - excellent speed. Amazing prolonged read/write presentation numbers in surplus of 545 MB/s are simply probable of the shelf - that's more than sufficient to capture and procedure uncompressed 10-bit High Definition video.
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