SCSI Storage Interfaces
This is the place to find more information about I/O Interfaces,
especially Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), and much more.
There are also pointers here to other web sites on Fibre Channel,
ATA (IDE), and ATAPI.
How do I get an account on this system?
Actually, most people do not need a T10 account. The first time you click on a link to download a file, you will be
asked for a little information and to agree that the INCITS notification on file access is acceptable (T10 does not
share this information). A cookie is stored in your browser saying you have already agreed, so you don't have to fill out the
form every time. Click here for more details on T10 document access.
You also do not need an account to subscribe to the T10 email reflector. Click here to subscribe.
You do need a T10 account if you plan to vote on T10 letter ballots or you wish to upload proposals without administrator approval.
You can obtain an account by filling out the form at INCITS or by contacting John Lohmeyer.
Please visit the SCSI Trade Association at
for more information about SAS and SCSI.
T10 is grateful to Hewlett Packard for donating the
HP ProLiant DL580 G3 server
that powers this site. The T10.org server is configured with:
- 8 36-Gigabyte SAS disk drives
- a P600 Smart Array Controller
- 8 GBytes of RAM
- 4 Single-Core 3.0Ghz Processors
- Dual Power Supplies
Disclaimers: (Stuff the lawyers want you to know.)
The information on the T10 web pages are provided by the T10 Technical
Committee on a best-effort basis. The content on this site is contributed by
the T10 Technical Committee and by other individuals directly or indirectly
involved with T10 activities. The content here is not reviewed by
Hewlett Packard Co. nor by the SCSI Trade Association. These
organizations make no commitments about the content, performance, or
availability of this site.
Found on a coffee cup:
Bradley's Bromide: "If computers get too powerful, we can organize them
into a committee; that will do them in."
(This page was last updated 2012/02/02)
For more information on T10 or if you have comments on this page,