Latest RAID Stories

2013-11-28 23:20:26

Organizations can reduce both capex and opex while delivering scalable I/O to critical B2B applications with the Intel RCS25ZB040 (PRWEB) November 28, 2013

2013-11-27 23:32:42

The combination of on-board flash with RAID-on-Chip (ROC) technology offers powerful application acceleration (PRWEB) November 27, 2013 For organizations

2013-11-27 23:32:40

The Intel RCS25ZB040 accelerates VDI performance with intelligent caching technology and reduces the cost per desktop (PRWEB) November 27, 2013 Organizations

2013-11-11 23:19:34

Latest Buyer’s Guide Focuses on Emergence of New Category of Storage Array Designed to Bring Best of Traditional Hard Drive and Flash Memory Technologies Together to Effectively Manage Growing

2013-11-10 23:02:19

With the release of Intel® RAID High Availability, powered by LSI* Syncro Technology, a new Solutions Brief is now available as a resource to help discover the benefits of this powerful solution.

2013-10-31 23:37:42

As part of the launch of Intel® RAID SSD Cache Controller RCS25ZB040, powered by LSI* Nytro MegaRAID Technology, a new Solutions Brief is now available at the Intel RAID website.

2013-10-31 23:37:38

To highlight recent updates for the Intel® RAID Web Console 2, powered by LSI* MegaRAID technology, a new Solutions Brief is now available at the Intel RAID website.

2013-10-17 23:31:55

On Oct. 11, 2013 Intel launched a new Intel RAID website.

Latest RAID Reference Libraries

2010-09-27 16:47:02

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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