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  • autoloader (or stackloader)

    A stackloader (also known as an autoloader) is a tape storage device that automatically loads tape cartridges using a robotic mechanism. 

  • file virtualization

    File virtualization is the creation of an abstraction layer between file servers and the clients that access those file servers... (Continued) 

  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

    File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard Internet protocol for transmitting files between computers on the Internet. 

  • unified storage (network unified storage or NUS)

    Unified storage (sometimes termed network unified storage or NUS) is a storage system that makes it possible to run and manage files and applications from a single device. To this end, a unified storage system consolidates file-based and block-based ... 

  • cluster

    In a computer system, a cluster is a group of servers and other resources that act like a single system and enable high availability and, in some cases, load balancing and parallel processing. 

  • NAS accelerator

    A NAS accelerator (network-attached storage accelerator) is a printed circuit card that offloads TCP/IP processing from a microprocessor. 

  • file transfer

    File transfer is the movement of one or more files from one location to another. 

  • Common Internet File System (CIFS)

    Common Internet File System (CIFS) is a protocol that lets programs make requests for files and services on remote computers on the Internet. 

  • storage filer

    A storage filer is a file server designed and programmed for high-volume data storage, backup, and archiving. 

  • file system

    In a computer, a file system (sometimes written filesystem) is the way in which files are named and where they are placed logically for storage and retrieval.