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  • archive

    In enterprise data storage, an archive is a collection of infrequently accessed data that needs to be stored for long periods of time to meet backup and compliance requirements.

  • storage array

    An array is a storage system designed to provide large pools of capacity to servers that perform high-performance computations. Arrays contain spinning disk drives or flash memory.

  • hard disk drive (HDD)

    Hard disk drives are a type of physical storage media that use spinning disk platters to store nonsequential data in personal computers and enterprise data centers.

  • SSD (solid-state drive, solid-state disk, solid-state storage ...

    Learn what a solid-state drive (SSD) is, why SSDs are replacing electromechanical hard drives and which form factors are approved by the Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI).

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  • archive

    In enterprise data storage, an archive is a collection of infrequently accessed data that needs to be stored for long periods of time to meet backup and compliance requirements. 

  • storage array

    An array is a storage system designed to provide large pools of capacity to servers that perform high-performance computations. Arrays contain spinning disk drives or flash memory. 

  • hard disk drive (HDD)

    Hard disk drives are a type of physical storage media that use spinning disk platters to store nonsequential data in personal computers and enterprise data centers. 

  • SSD (solid-state drive, solid-state disk, solid-state storage drive)

    Learn what a solid-state drive (SSD) is, why SSDs are replacing electromechanical hard drives and which form factors are approved by the Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI). 

  • network-attached storage (NAS)

    Network-attached storage uses a standard Ethernet connection to provide network nodes with file-based shared storage services. 

  • unified storage (multiprotocol storage)

    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 ... 

  • storage resource management (SRM)

    An important goal of storage resource management is to make it easier for storage administrators to reclaim unused storage 

  • Linear Tape-Open (LTO)

    Linear Tape-Open (LTO) is a high-capacity tape storage technology that is open format, giving users access to compatible products from many suppliers. 

  • DRAM (dynamic random access memory)

    Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is a common type of random access memory (RAM) used in personal computers, workstations and servers. 

  • terabyte (TB)

    A terabyte (TB) is a measurement of computer storage capacity that is equal to 1,024 gigabytes (GB). The value is sometimes rounded to 1,000 GB. 

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  • Disaster Recovery Planning Podcasts

    Setting up a good DR plan is not easy and can be a big drain on resources, time and money. Since setting up a plan is generally perceived as a preventative measure, with little inherent business associated with the process, it can be overlooked by ma... 

  • archive

    In enterprise data storage, an archive is a collection of infrequently accessed data that needs to be stored for long periods of time to meet backup and compliance requirements. 

  • storage array

    An array is a storage system designed to provide large pools of capacity to servers that perform high-performance computations. Arrays contain spinning disk drives or flash memory. 

  • hard disk drive (HDD)

    Hard disk drives are a type of physical storage media that use spinning disk platters to store nonsequential data in personal computers and enterprise data centers. 

  • SSD (solid-state drive, solid-state disk, solid-state storage drive)

    Learn what a solid-state drive (SSD) is, why SSDs are replacing electromechanical hard drives and which form factors are approved by the Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI). 

  • network-attached storage (NAS)

    Network-attached storage uses a standard Ethernet connection to provide network nodes with file-based shared storage services. 

  • unified storage (multiprotocol storage)

    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 ... 

  • storage resource management (SRM)

    An important goal of storage resource management is to make it easier for storage administrators to reclaim unused storage 

  • Linear Tape-Open (LTO)

    Linear Tape-Open (LTO) is a high-capacity tape storage technology that is open format, giving users access to compatible products from many suppliers. 

  • DRAM (dynamic random access memory)

    Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is a common type of random access memory (RAM) used in personal computers, workstations and servers. 

  • terabyte (TB)

    A terabyte (TB) is a measurement of computer storage capacity that is equal to 1,024 gigabytes (GB). The value is sometimes rounded to 1,000 GB. 

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