Latest RAID Stories
JMR's new NAS system powered by euroNAS awarded Best of Show by Digital Video Magazine at the 2014 NAB Conference and Exhibition LAS VEGAS and CHATSWORTH, Calif., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/
Courses, led by an experienced instructor, will teach both new and advanced users how to hone their skills with FreeNAS and ZFS. San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 14,
In an All-new Sleek Black Design, the G-SPEED® Studio and G-RAID® Studio Deliver New Innovations in Performance, Style and Reliability for 2K/4K Video Editing, Photography and other Content Creation
My Passport® Pro, Featuring Bus-Powered, User-Selectable RAID Storage in Capacities Up to 4 TB, Delivers High Speed and True Portability for Creative Pros on the Go IRVINE, Calif.,
The new brochure details how Intel RAID solutions help modern data centers and small businesses meet storage-related challenges. (PRWEB) March 08, 2014
Updated Mini Features ECC RAM, Eight-Core CPU, and Hardware-Accelerated ZFS Disk Encryption San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
The new video compares Intel RAID High Availability to the aerial jet team’s supportive ground crew. (PRWEB) March 06, 2014 Intel® and the Patriots
The aerobatic jet team and the Intel RAID acceleration solution perform at top speed in the new informational video. (PRWEB) March 06, 2014 Intel®
New My Cloud® EX2 Delivers Advanced NAS Features with Up to 8 TB of Capacity for Creative Professionals, Prosumers and Workgroups IRVINE, Calif., March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
G-Technology's Popular G-DRIVE® and G-DRIVE mobile External Storage Solutions Now Feature Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 for Flexible High-Speed Storage for Professional Digital Workflows and Quick Backups
RAID is an acronym that stands for "redundant array of independent disks". It is a technology that is geared to provide greater storage reliability by combining numerous low-cost, less-reliable disk drive components into a reasonable unit where all drives are interdependent. Historically, RAID was first seen by Norman Ken Ouchi, when in 1978 he was awarded a U.S. patent called "System for recovering data stored in failed memory unit." It was later termed RAID 5 with full stripe writes....
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