Adaptec is a computer hardware brand owned by PMC-Sierra that is used on some of its host adapters for connecting storage devices to computers. The production line of Adaptec is in Indonesia. Products are made to interface with SCSI, Serial ATA, and Serial attached SCSI. Some of its host adapters are used to perform SSD caching of hard drives. Adaptec is also used to brand battery modules to support its host bus adapters and storage interface cables. Adaptec, Inc. was the name of a company based in Milpitas, California that produced these products until it sold substantially all of its business operations to PMC-Sierra on June 18, 2010, and is now a shell corporation known as ADPT Corporation . Historically, this company used to produce interface products involving USB, IEEE 1394, iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and video. Adaptec once produced CD and DVD burning software under the brand names of Easy CD Creator and Toast, and network-attached storage devices like the Snap Server product line.