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nearline

(NEAR onLINE) Available within a short amount of time, but not instantly. Tape and disk libraries are considered nearline devices, because it takes several seconds to retrieve the appropriate cartridge before it can be read. Contrast with online.
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These locks can be connected to the building's online access control system for near online and near-real-time control.
companies - the Program promotes the use of the Advertising Option Icon a universal symbol found within or near online advertisements or on Web pages where data is collected and used to deliver online advertising that is based on inferences derived from the collected data.
As the amount of data to be stored grows, there is an even greater need to comply with the mandates of keeping the records online, near online, or offline.
The addition will give IBM mid- range customers access to high-performance disaster readiness and near online storage needed for e-business applications, according to IBM.
The Self-Regulatory Program promotes the use of the "Advertising Option Icon" and accompanying language to be displayed within or near online advertisements or on Web pages where data is collected and used for behavioral advertising.
The ENterprise VIrtual Storage Integration Over Networks (ENVISION) architecture allows delineation and integration between online, near online, and offline storage.
These technical specifications will allow advertisers and ad networks to begin offering a clickable icon in or near online ads that directs users to additional information about online behavioral advertising and choices about such ads.
The SMG automatically creates appropriate metadata and manages the media file transfers from third-party clients such as XDCAM, e-VTRs, non-linear editors and near online archive libraries such as SeaChange MLX 12100e.
SDLT 600A with DLTxchange technology solves a critical need for near online and archiving storage.
Using standard network protocols, FlashNet provides global data protection across a distributed network computing environment using a robust index database architecture to ensure fast data search and retrieval times are maintained as near online data sets grow.
1 includes tools for metering and disc-usage statistics, giving network administrators the capability to enforce per-disc licenses by number of simultaneous users, run CD/DVD servers more efficiently, and manage load-balancing of online and near online data.
Vertices extends this safety and control to the tapes once they are removed from online and near online devices.