SCSI Target Device Emulation
With VirtualSCSItm Target Mode solutions it is easy to create SCSI Target Mode applications by emulating on a Windows 2003 Server, XP, 2000, or NT-based* PC ANY past, current or future SCSI hardware. VirtualSCSI-based applications can appear as any SCSI Target to a Host system without requiring any modification of the Host's software. They can also be used to create hierarchical storage servers, a high-speed local bus between processors or appear as peripheral Targets to mainframes, workstations, PCs or any unique host hardware whether military or industrial.
VirtualSCSI solutions, by greatly simplifying the creation of SCSI command sets, can be used for building fast file transfer systems, debugging software drivers, or countless other applications. An inexpensive PCI or ISA-based PC can be made to appear to any Host system as a Disk, Tape, Scanner, Printer, Optical device, SCSI host adapter or any of a wide variety of SCSI-based devices. It is designed for use with the 32-bit, high bandwidth ASC-U3W, ASC-UWH or ASC-UNS(e).
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