Founded in 1982 by William J. Casey, BSEE, Univ. of Notre Dame and a decorated (non-combat) Army veteran, ASC has long been one of the technical leaders in SCSI development. It has played a part in the movement of the PC from a hobby item to the incredibly powerful machine it is today. It has pioneered in areas such as SCSI ANSI standards development, advanced caching disk controllers, CD-ROM interfaces, SCSI Host Bus Adapters and now SCSI Target-device emulation.
Some key historical highlights:
In other areas Mr. Casey, who also founded a consulting firm and Logic Sciences, Inc., a seismic electronics provider, co-authored a parallel-instruction processing patent some of whose concepts are only now being utilized in Intel's latest line of 64-bit processors. He also independently developed the Bresenham straight line algorithm for use in digital plotters, the key feature of which was the avoidance of any costly arithmetic operations.
Finally, one of the foremost considerations for a customer is TECH SUPPORT. Most manufacturers today are virtually impossible to reach, which is distressing considering the number of possible problems one can encounter in today's high tech PC environment. ASC prides itself on addressing ALL tech support issues for ALL its customers regardless of size.
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