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AMASS

(Archive Management And Storage System) Tape management software for Unix from Quantum Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO (www.quantum.com). Originally developed by ADIC, AMASS makes the tape library look like an infinite disk drive to the application. At the back end, it manages the robotic mechanisms that move the required tape cartridges to the available tape drives. Supporting optical libraries as well, AMASS is used when an enterprise has exceeded its disk storage and needs to migrate to long-term storage.
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Andy Goode | scores a try on his way to amassing an amazing 33 points during Wasps' 48-16 win over London Irish on their first game since taking over ownership of Andy Goode | scores a try on his way to amassing an amazing 33 points during Wasps' 48-16 win over London Irish on their first game since taking over ownership of
Meanwhile, NATO has accused Russia of amassing around 20,000 troops on Ukraine's eastern border.
The raid was conducted following a complaint filed against Jain for amassing illegal property and documents.
Though McKee CU published a net earnings gain of $51,607 in 2008, it also recorded net earnings losses from 2009 to 2012 amassing $215,968.
54 million in 2006 when its owner Theodore Aristodemou was a board member, ended up amassing e1/4198.
The Akhilesh Yadav government has given its nod to the vigilance department to register FIRs against former BSP ministers Naseemuddin Siddiqui, Babu Singh Kushwaha and Rangnath Mishra for allegedly amassing wealth disproportionate to their known sources of income.
Summary: South Korean pop singer Psy's latest video Gangnam Style has become a viral hit after amassing 20 million views on Youtube.
Grange Town Allstars bowled Pengam Green out for 77 after amassing a total of 109-6.
The court pronounced Chiranjibi Wagle of the Nepali Congress party guilty of amassing illegal property by abusing power during several tenures as minister between 1991 and 2002, and slapped on him a jail term of 18 months and a fine of $280,000.