Industry Standard Architecture Bus (ISA Bus)
Definition - What does Industry Standard Architecture Bus (ISA Bus) mean?
In the late 1990s the faster peripheral component interconnect (PCI). Soon afterwards, use of the ISA bus began to diminish, and most IBM motherboards were designed with PCI slots. Although there are still a few motherboards being made with ISA slots, these are generally referred to as the legacy bus motherboards.
Techopedia explains Industry Standard Architecture Bus (ISA Bus)
- IBM PC with Intel 8088 microprocessor
- IBM AT with Intel 80286 processor (1984)
- Extended Industry Standard Architecture (1988)
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