mercury storage

mercury storage

[′mər·kyə·rē ′stȯr·ij]
(electronics)
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The meeting touched on a number of topics, including the financial resources and providing the technical support, as well as mercury storage, waste and the contaminated sites, in addition to raising the awareness towards mercury and its risks.
The bill, signed into law by President Bush in October 2008, requires the Department of Energy to designate a national mercury storage site to hold excess mercury.
In seeking reliable, scalable backup and recovery products to support its rapidly expanding environment, Grand Valley turned to trusted reseller partner, Mercury Storage, a Southfield, Michigan-based provider of best-of-breed data storage and security solutions.
MEPs also voted to enforce safer mercury storage by the chlor-alkali industry and to apply the 'polluter pays' principle.
In our experience, iSCSI-based networked storage presents a very compelling business case to small- and medium-sized companies ready to go beyond the limitation of direct-attached storage and realize the strategic benefits of a centralized SAN," said Gordon Nyquist, president of Mercury Storage, a storage solutions provider focused on data availability and security.
In today's mobile environment, OWC's Mercury storage solutions are perfect for high-speed audio/video and backup needs," said Larry O'Connor, president of OWC.
The Auspex NSc3000 will play a key role in Dohmen's new IT infrastructure because it will provide critical file sharing functionality without the extra hardware and maintenance expense of deploying a conventional NAS server," said Gordon Nyquist, President of Mercury Storage, a Michigan-based storage reseller that developed the specifications for the upgrade.