DAS stands for Direct-Attached Storage and designated storage peripherals that are directly connected to a computer and can't be accessed by others. The most classic example, that is true for both the enterprise and the consumer market, is internal disks (hard-disks or SSDs) connected with SATA, SAS or ISCSI channels. A DAS storage usually offers better performances than network storage (NAS).
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