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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
MEGACORE Project Gives FreeBSD the Resources to Improve Scalability on High-end Hardware San Jose, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
Learn how Intel RAID Expander Boards allow for more cost effective, flexible and high-performing architectures to expand RAID arrays (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
The Intel® RAID SSD Cache Controller RCS25ZB040 addresses latency issues common in virtual environments. (PRWEB) January 28, 2014 Intel has released
Intel has released a new white paper that outlines a best practices storage configuration with the Intel® RAID High Available Solution. (PRWEB) January
Intel’s new Solutions Brief details how Intel® RAID High Availability Storage, powered by LSI* Syncro Technology, helps make storage more reliable, versatile and economical.
NEWARK, Calif., Jan.
The new Intel Solutions Brief reveals how organizations with multiple offices and/or remote branch offices (ROBO) can get highly affordable and secure high availability of business-critical applications.
Latest update includes many user-requested features and improvements, as well as a REST API for remote administration of FreeNAS. San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December
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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