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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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Some RAID subsystems allow a technician to remove a failing hard disk drive without shutting down a server.
The rise of RAID 6 is closely connected with the extensive popularization of disk array technologies since 2000.
Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (AMCC) (NASDAQ:AMCC) will demonstrate high performance and high capacity SATA II RAID solutions for HPC platforms beginning today at the 2006 Supercomputing Conference.
The vast majority of storage systems today employ RAID technology to provide a minimal level of protection against losing a storage system disk drive.
ATTO's new ExpressSAS RAID adapters are the industry's first products with a true low-profile form factor that fit standard-length PCI Express slots, making them ideal for compact and blade server applications where real estate is at a premium, and are the only SAS RAID adapters with hardware RAID 6 and RAID 60 support, protecting valuable customer data against dual drive failures.
Traditionally, a key differentiator between I/O standards has been the cost/benefit tradeoffs between performance, reliability, and data protection in the form of RAID capabilities.
Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (AMCC) (NASDAQ-GS:AMCC) today announced its high performance 3ware[R] 9650SE SATA II RAID controller family, featuring RAID 6 with simultaneous double-parity generation for significantly improved fault tolerance.
Since RAID algorithms are so well understood, they lend themselves to implementation in hardware.
The Aristos Logic RAID Storage Processor is a purpose built device designed to accelerate the storage data path.
RAID technology is now well understood, as are most of the standard processes within a RAID controller such as cache coherency, read and write processes, RAID set rebuilds, volume management, mirroring, and snapshot.
AMCC brings to the Mac market many years of experience in developing high performance RAID controller systems for the Linux(R) and Windows(R) environments.