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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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While no formal standard specifications on RAID 6 have been published to date, a disk array configuration that can provide failure protection to more than one hard disk is called RAID 6.
The Array TM was able to improve the delivery time of our web pages significantly," said Jane G.
The recently introduced acronym MAID refers to a massive array of idle disks--as the disks in a MAID array power down when not being utilized.
Shipments of disk drive arrays popularly known as RAID ("Redundant Array of Independent Disks") are dominated by the broad open systems market, which produced 73.
Storage array performance is dependent on fast internal busses.
Virtualization covers a variety of services, not just storage pooling (for example, it makes hot-swapping possible by fooling the array controller into thinking that new disk has always been there).
Disk-to-disk solutions eliminate that headache by maintaining a copy of the data on a second array.