- noun an ANSI standard that defines a high-speed serial interface that can transfer data at up to 1.06 Gbps and is often used as a backbone technology to link servers or high-speed devices
- (written as Fibre Channel)A serial fiber-optic data transmission technology with transfer rates that can range to up to several Gbps. It supports existing technologies such as SCSI, and is used for peripherals, especially storage devices, which have very high bandwidth needs. Also spelled Fiber channel.
- synonymFiber Channel (written as Fibre Channel)