EISA (Extended Industry Standard Architecture)
EISA is a standard bus (computer
interconnection) architecture that extends the ISA standard to
a 32-bit interface. It was developed in part as an open alternative to the proprietary Micro
Channel Architecture (MCA) that IBM introduced in its PS/2 computers.
EISA data transfer can reach a peak of 33 megabytes per second.
This was last updated in April 2005
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