IBIS uses a Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) cable, but the interface is proprietary. Called HSDL (High Speed Data Link), it enables much greater bandwidth than any other consumer drive connection technology.
 

IBIS uses a Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) cable, but the interface is proprietary. Called HSDL (High Speed Data Link), it enables much greater bandwidth than any other consumer drive connection technology.

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Unboxed: Two of OCZ's fastest SSDs

OCZ's newest products, the IBIS and RevoDrive2 have just shown up in the PC Authority labs. Before we put them through our testing, we have taken some photos highlighting just how different these products are to normal SSDs.

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