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Generally speaking, the above holds true for disk striping as well (RAID).
Host controllers with eSATA connectivity, enabled by solutions such as Silicon Image's SiI 3531, provide a means of seamlessly connecting a new breed of direct-attached storage devices that can support features such as fast disk striping and data protection.
RAID 0 is merely disk striping, which has some performance advantages, but stores no parity information and, thus, does not offer true RAID data protection.