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array

Etymology: ME, aray, preparation
an arrangement or order of components or other objects, usually according to a predetermined system or plan.
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Intel has begun shipping its RAID 6 I/O accelerator processors, and disk array and controller suppliers are delivering RAID 6 capable PCI-Express controllers.
One of the fixed arrays contains standard cells, and is being used as a comparison for the newer fixed-cell array.
3 million of the network/midrange arrays were shipped in 1998, with 2002 shipments forecasted to reach almost 2.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- Cray Research (NYSE: CYR) today announced that it is expanding its RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) product offering by introducing the Cray Research Network Disk Array, a bulk storage device designed to reside on high- performance computer networks.
New chapters on array-fed reflector antennas; connected arrays; and reflect arrays and retrodirective arrays
The high-performance cache and non-blocking interconnect schemes used in RAID arrays are also designed for applications with a lot of IOPS, and are not designed for high-bandwidth applications like backup.
Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays are ideal for any organization deploying Wi-Fi, especially those that require support for large coverage areas, dense user populations, and high bandwidth applications.
The data path between clients and storage arrays is a journey across diverse networking devices and I/O busses.
NASDAQ:AFFX) today announced the full commercial launch of its SNP Array 5.
Storage islands abound: SANs with multiple heterogeneous servers and arrays, data networks with mirrored RAID devices, endless departmental NAS devices, tape libraries, optical storage and the still ubiquitous direct-attached storage.
Tests were conducted with a minimum of two XS-3900 Wi-Fi Arrays in a variety of wireless or wired network scenarios.
With SAN-based solutions, data is mirrored between two storage arrays rather than between two servers.