The newest revision of the specification for Serial ATA technology consolidates all previous specifications while introducing enhancements that could give SATA drive manufacturers a better competitive stance against rival technologies while providing users with more reasons to switch to SATA-based products.

In addition to integrating the SATA specifications developed by various splinter groups over the years, the SATA Revision 2.5 specification, announced Tuesday by the Portland, Ore.-based Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO), offers a host of upgraded features that may provide the fuel manufacturers need to offer more feature-rich products that can compete on more even ground with SAS (Serial Attached SCSI).

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