"Futuredomain" 8bit SCSI (??)
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Wed Apr 20 13:36:03 CDT 2005
From: "Ethan Dicks" <ethan.dicks at gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 1:20 PM
> On 4/20/05, Andrew Jones <aijones2 at bsu.edu> wrote:
>> I've never heard of the store selling it, I've never heard of the
>> company manufacturing it, but there you have it. A new-old-stock
>> eight-bit ISA SCSI card.
> I've heard of Futuredomain, but do not have any of their products.
> I have _been_ to Wierd Stuff Warehouse; I even have a poster/calendar
> on my wall. The last thing I got from them was a complete boxed set
> of Interactive UNIX... several cubic feet of white boxes and binders.
> There are others on this list who have purchased _much_ more stuff
> from there than I have, but then I don't get to the Bay Area all that
>> Does anyone think this is on the level?
I've used Future Domain controllers (I may even have a couple laying
around), they were bought out by Adaptec where support is still available.
I believe they went out of business after SCSI-II but before any 16-bit SCSI
bus systems were developed (they had 16-bit ISA adaptors that could connect
to 8-bit SCSI-II devices).
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