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RAID

abbreviation for redundant array of inexpensive disks, a computer data storage system with rapid access time and enhanced fault tolerance.
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Furthermore, EzRaid DD4 Bay Mount does not require a BUS Slot eliminating the necessity of IRQ & TSR settings, as well as drivers associated with other disk mirroring technologies and products.
It continuously captures data as it is written, maintaining a complete data history that can be quickly accessed and recovered back to the protected server to any point in time for continuous protection, without the capacity requirements or administration overhead of disk mirroring.
4 billion, and Data Protection Solutions by Arco (DPS) have concluded an agreement that will make the company's line of patented backup and disk mirroring products available through Tech Data's worldwide distribution network.
Many companies are using IP networks for remote disk mirroring which is typically synchronous and therefore uses substantial network bandwidth during the day.
The CN 4200 can help deliver cost-effective, flexible options for the extension of storage area networks, remote disk mirroring, remote back-up and other storage networking applications.
They're all insightful business professionals who have years of experience in IT marketing, and though I won't attempt to speak for them, I believe that they appreciate the company's tremendous potential in the SMB/SOHO backup and disk mirroring markets.
This data is best suited for disk mirroring or replication, as instantaneous recovery is mandatory and is also backed up on tape to provide a copy of data prior to disruption.
It also added RAID disk mirroring, and monitoring of the fans, drives, and temperature using a simple browser interface.
StorageTek PPRC and Power PPRC software provide synchronous, up-to-date and high speed copying of data for use in business continuity and disk mirroring applications between V-Series disk arrays in multiple sites.
Additionally, McDATA's USD-X and UltraNet Edge can be used with IBM's DS6000 and DS8000 series and Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) systems running both Metro Mirror and Global Mirror copy services using Fibre Channel or XRC (Extended Remote Copy) services using FICON remote disk mirroring and creating a tiered-storage solution.
CNT(R) , a global expert in storage networking solutions, today announced that they are the first provider to remotely extend a new IBM enterprise disk mirroring solution for storage networks.
Of these systems, which generally relied on proprietary hardware, many merely tried to extend local redundancy techniques such as disk mirroring.