The industry's first 3Gb/s SATA host controller supporting PCI-Express, the SiI 3132 offers full advanced SATA functionality normally limited to server-class systems, including 3 Gb/s SATA data transfer rates, Native Command Queuing, support for port multipliers with Frame Information Structure (FIS)-based switching and support for ATAPI commands, making it compatible with optical drives such as CD-ROMs and DVD+/-RWs.
What does FIS stand for?
FIS stands for Frame Information Structure
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of FIS
We have 257 other meanings of FIS in our Acronym Attic
- Forage Information System (Oregon State University)
- Force Information Service
- Foreign Instrumentation System
- Foreign Intelligence Section (Canada)
- Foreign Intelligence Service
- Forest Invasive Species
- Formation Internet Service (French: Internet Service Training)
- Foundation for Infinite Survival
- Foundation Information Systems, Incorporated (Charlotte, NC)
- Fourniture Industrie Service (French: Service Industry Provision)
- Frankfurt International School
- Free Into Store
- Freedom Imaging Systems (Lockport, IL)
- French International School (Hong Kong)
- Friendly Information System
- Friends Ivory Sime (UK)
- Friends of International Students (various schools)
- Front Islamique du Salut (Islamic Salvation Front)
- Fuel Injection System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Targeted at PC and server motherboards, as well as embedded applications such as set-top boxes (STBs), the SiI 3132 offers full SATA II functionality normally limited to server-class systems, including Native Command Queuing, 3 Gbps SATA signaling and support for port multipliers with Frame Information Structure (FIS)-based switching.
SATA frames also have an 8-bit type field and are referred to as a FIS, short for Frame Information Structure.