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BLOB

Binary Large Object. A large cluster of data (e.g., a bitmap), which is characterised by large field values, unpredictable table size and formless data.
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Although the tool for analyzing Binary Large Objects can successfully detect contaminated products, there are 2 points which need improvement as follows.
Winner of Microsoft's[R] SharePoint[R] 2010 Innovation award, Metalogix StoragePoint enables organizations to keep their unstructured content such as PDF, JPEG images and Microsoft Word documents - also known as Binary Large Objects (BLOBs), out of SharePoint's content databases and offload them onto virtually any mix of NAS or SAN storage - on premise or in the cloud.
The Gladiator systems can be scaled for a variety of applications that demand high bandwidth and maximum transfer rates, such as transaction processing, imaging, e-commerce, data mining, large enterprise data warehouses, binary large objects (BLOBS) and large database servers.
These include variable page size, row-level locking, support for binary large objects (BLOBs), interfaces for C, compatibility with IngPerl (database access from the Perl scripting language), and Internet publishing capabilities that allow for development using the Apache Server.
The Gladiator 3000 series can be scaled for a variety of applications that demand high bandwidth and maximum transfer rates, such as imaging, data mining, large enterprise data warehouses, binary large objects (BLOBS) and large database servers.

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