JBOD


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JBOD

JBOD

(Just a Bunch Of Disks) An ordinary group of hard disks in a computer that are not set up in a RAID configuration.
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The Pegasus J4 JBOD is the latest addition to the PROMISE line of Thunderbolt-enabled storage devices designed for media and entertainment professionals that use either traditional HDDs or the latest generation of SSDs.
For example, a JBOD platform can be transformed into a RAID platform by swapping a single module.
The QuadSMX 3G supports the extension of internal server storage connections by providing a robust, reliable SAS and SATA JBOD connectivity over long cable lengths.
By comparison, the street price per gigabyte for a disk array can run anywhere from $1 to well over $50, depending upon the JBOD or RAID hardware.
XJ-SA24-448R-S, a 4U 48-bay ultra-density JBOD enclosure under Xtore XJ2000 JBOD series introduces a whole new era of data storage architecture design and maintenance.
has launched two new storage products--the Gateway 850 SCSI JBOD subsystem and Gateway 820 Linear Tape Open (LTO) Autoloader--to help small--and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), institutions and enterprises preserve critical information.
For example, an iSCSI switch in Building A with a FC attached JBOD can keep the data files on the FC JBOD synchronized with a FC attached JBOD in building B, and another FC attached JBOD in building C.
The SiI 5744 is capable of higher thru-put with advanced RAID functions including RAID 0, 1, SAFE 33, SAFE 50, and JBOD.
Through implementing these loop switches in the JBOD, we'll be able to really pinpoint where a rogue drive actually resides and the drive can be more quickly diagnosed and more quickly serviced.
The FibreArray 2000 product family also includes the 2Gb FibreArray 2002 JBOD, the FibreArray 2104 SAN Storage Array and the FibreRAID SAN Storage Controller.
The IDE JBOD/RAID PCI-E controller adds an extra IDE channel, RAID and JBOD capability to any desktop system.
JBOD mirroring is generally used with randomly-accessed small files, generally, those under 8KB in size.