Couldn’t find what you’re looking for? Log in / Sign up to ask a question now.Adaptec AHAU/UW/D PCI SCSI Controller – Dell Community
Apr 15, · Afterwards your SCSI host adapter should be listed under its correct name, e. g. “Adaptec AHA/W (AIC PCI SCSI Controller Emulated)”. If a scanner is connected it should now show up in the imaging devices category and a corresponding driver that was installed with Vuescan should get installed automatically. Adaptec IBM Ultra Wide PCI SCSI Controller AHAUW-B AHAUW/B-IBM-6 * IBM/ Adaptec PCI W-Ultra SCSI Controller Product information Product Dimensions x x inches Item Weight 2 pounds Manufacturer ADAPTEC ASIN BBJDM4 Item model number /5(4). The AHA Ultra host adapter is the ideal PCI-to-SCSI host adapter for entry-level servers and workstations. It moves data fast – up to 20 MByte/sec. And it connects up to 7 SCSI devices for expanded storage capacity. In addition, the AHA Ultra adapter delivers /5(3).
Aha-2940uw.Adaptec AHA UW Pro – storage controller – Ultra Wide SCSI – PCI Series Specs – CNET
Oct 07, · The Adaptec AHA series controllers have been around for ages. Dell has used them primarily in their server/workstations such as the Dell Precision line of computers. This is what I would do which others may or may not agree with, but here goes anyway. Make a DOS bootable CD with all the Adaptec diagnostics and drivers in a ted Reading Time: 1 min. Apr 15, · Afterwards your SCSI host adapter should be listed under its correct name, e. g. “Adaptec AHA/W (AIC PCI SCSI Controller Emulated)”. If a scanner is connected it should now show up in the imaging devices category and a corresponding driver that was installed with Vuescan should get installed automatically. Microchip Adaptec AHA UW Pro – storage controller – Ultra Wide SCSI – PCI overview and full product specs on CNET.
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D-Wave Systems Orion. Commercial quantum computer – next year
Many of us are aware of the fact that there have been developments in the field of quantum computing for quite a long time. Recall that quantum computers, unlike “classical” computers, operate not with bits, but with qubits, in which not a discrete state “0” or “1” is stored, but their superposition. An example is the famous Schrödinger’s cat, which, being placed in a closed box containing a radioactive nucleus and a container with a poisonous gas, is both alive and dead at the same time.
Until now, there has been no question of commercial implementation of a quantum computer, but the other day the Canadian company D-Wave Systems surprised the world with the news that it is going to release the world’s first such device next year.
This quantum computer, named Orion, will not be a highly specialized computer focused, for example, exclusively on cryptography. Orion is a device capable of solving problems in several cycles that traditional computers take thousands of cycles. We are talking about nondeterministic polynomial problems, which are rather difficult to solve on ordinary computers and, moreover, with low accuracy, since approximation methods are used in this case. Quantum computers, on the other hand, are able to simultaneously process all possible solutions to the problem and find the optimal one in a relatively short time. This property of QC is useful in various fields – from database searches to genetic engineering and the creation of new drugs.
D-Wave Systems promises to show a working prototype of its 16-qubit computer next week, February 13. Cooled to the boiling point of liquid helium, the Orion is made of niobium (a superconducting metal) using traditional lithography. Orion is similar in its “microarchitecture” to programmable logic arrays (FPGA) and can be programmatically rebuilt to solve various problems.