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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.
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 track real-world link conditions for each station on every channel and radio and automatically move stations between radios to improve throughput for all users on the wireless network.
Many organizations are dealing with this flood of new data by consolidating applications and data on a limited number of more powerful servers and higher capacity storage arrays.
0 is the most recent addition to Affymetrix' line of genotyping products, including the 10K, 100K and 500K Arrays, which are all based on the proven Whole-Genome Sampling Assay.
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.
0 Array is the most recent addition to Affymetrix' line of genotyping products, including the 10K, 100K and 500K Arrays, which are all based on the proven Whole-Genome Sampling Assay.