Latest RAID Stories
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
Mainstream server environments can take advantage of next generation SAS 3.0 12Gb/s performance, enterprise data protection and scalability (PRWEB) December
12Gb/s SAS-3 technology provides the next generation of storage performance to meet the current and future demands of today’s datacenters. (PRWEB) December
The embedded flash and intelligent caching software helps cut execution times in Hadoop*-based datasets (PRWEB) November 28, 2013 The Intel® SSD
It caches frequently accessed data in Oracle databases, which significantly reduces latency required to access data. (PRWEB) November 28, 2013 For organizations
Organizations can reduce both capex and opex while delivering scalable I/O to critical B2B applications with the Intel RCS25ZB040 (PRWEB) November 28, 2013
The combination of on-board flash with RAID-on-Chip (ROC) technology offers powerful application acceleration (PRWEB) November 27, 2013 For organizations
The Intel RCS25ZB040 accelerates VDI performance with intelligent caching technology and reduces the cost per desktop (PRWEB) November 27, 2013 Organizations
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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