Sata definitions

(Serial ATA) The standard hardware interface for connecting hard drives, solid state drives (SSDs) and CD/DVD drives to the computer. Introduced in 2001, all computers for consumer use employ the SATA interface. However, servers and high-end workstations may use the SCSI interface (see serial attached SCSI). SATA, PATA and IDESATA is the faster serial version of the parallel ATA (PATA) interface. Both SATA and PATA are "integrated drive electronics" (IDE) devices, which means the controller is in the drive, and only a simple circuit is required on the motherboard. See IDE, mSATA and SATA Express.SATA DataVersion Year Transfer 1.0 I 2001 1.5 Gbps 2.0 II, 3G 2004 3.0 Gbps 3.0 III, 6G 2009 6.0 Gbps 3.2 Express 2013 16.0 Gbps 3.3** 2016 16.0 Gbps ** support for SMR (see SATA 3.3)
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(computer hardware) Serial ATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) (A computer bus technology primarily designed for transfer of data to and from a hard disk. It is the successor to the legacy Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) standard.)
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Origin of sata

serial + ATA