SCSI

[ skuhz-ee ]
/ ˈskʌz i /

noun

a standard for computer interface ports featuring faster data transmission and greater flexibility than normal ports.

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Origin of SCSI

1985–90; s(mall) c(omputer) s(ystem) i(nterface)
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British Dictionary definitions for scsi

SCSI
/ (ˈskʌzɪ) /

noun

Small Computer Systems Interface: a system for connecting a computer to peripheral devices
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Scientific definitions for scsi

SCSI
[ skŭzē ]

Short for small computer system interface. A computer interface used for connecting peripheral devices, such as external disk drives and scanners, to personal computers and each other, consisting of 25-50 individual signal paths (usually wires) bundled together and sharing a single connector plug.
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