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The Current Status of SCSI
PC Pitstop has one of the largest existing inventories of SCSI and can provide insight on current trends:
"Not many people are adding new installations, although you still see a few SCSI RAID enclosures here and there. Some people are extending existing installations, often buying small cheap SCSI drives that are many times larger than the old drives they replace. But by far the biggest demand is for SCSI converters, especially the SCSI to USB conversion kit. As for new installations, pure SAS is used for some demanding applications, but a large spectrum of users are pairing SAS/SATA enclosures and SAS RAID controllers with large, relatively inexpensive SATA hard drives."