SCSI Hard Drive Copiers

Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is protocol and standard that was designed primarily as a high end, high performance alternative to ATA peripheral devices.  SCSI hard drives were primarily used in server applications before being gradually replaced by the Serial SCSI version (SAS) which was introduced in early 2000s.  Many organizations around the world still rely on SCSI technology in their legacy systems. As such, MDS continues to supply a mix of dedicated SCSI copy hard drive cloning devices and Multi-Interface versions so that clients can have one device that fulfills all their cloning requirements without the need for multiple appliances.