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Popular usage refers to the SATA 3 Gbit/s specification as Serial ATA II (SATA II or SATA2), contrary to the wishes of the Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO) which defines the standard. SATA II was originally the name of a committee defining updated SATA standards, of which the 3 Gbit/s standard was just one. However since it was among the most prominent features defined by the former SATA II committee, and, more critically, the term "II" is commonly used for successors, the name SATA II became synonymous with the 3 Gbit/s standard, so the group has since changed names to the Serial ATA International Organization, or SATA-IO, to avoid further confusion.
As of 2009, "SATA II" and "SATA 2" are the most common marketing terms for any "second-generation" SATA drives, controllers or related accessories. Unfortunately, these terms have no specific meaning, since they are not the proper official nomenclature. Also, the second-generation SATA standards only define a set of optional features (3 Gb/s, NCQ — Native Command Queuing, staggered spin-up and hot-plugging) improving on the first generation technology, but don't require including those features. Almost any SATA product with any set of features could legitimately be described as "compatible" with these standards. Only careful research can determine which features may be included in any particular "SATA II" product.  
In order to avoid parallels to the common SATA II misnomer, the SATA-IO has compiled a set of marketing guidelines for the third revision of the specification. The specification should be called Serial ATA International Organization: Serial ATA Revision 3.0, and the technology itself is to be referred to as SATA 6Gb/s. A product using this standard should be called the SATA 6Gb/s [product name].
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