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file storage

A generic term for warehousing electronic files. It may refer to local storage in a PC or tablet or remote storage on the Internet. The primary storage devices are hard drives and solid state drives (SSDs). See file, cloud storage and hard drive.
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RELDATA is the innovation leader in unified block and file storage solutions over iSCSI which cost-effectively enable mid-size and distributed enterprises to nondisruptively consolidate, virtualize and protect business data across multi-vendor platforms, providing highly scalable, cost-effective integrated storage, disaster recovery and high availability solutions.
Mansa Systems came up with an economical file storage and management system for Salesforce users backed by the strength and reliability of Rackspace Cloud Files," Nishan Sivathasan, director of corporate development at Rackspace.
Developed for organizations seeking to add an additional revenue stream to an existing client base, the Private Label Reseller Module provides resellers with a fully customizable, completely integrated solution for the distribution of online file storage services.
With a QWERTY keyboard form factor, the company anticipates that shipping of the Nokia E63 will begin shortly at an estimated retail price of EUR199, before taxes and subsidies, with free access to 1GB of online file storage.
If access to primary storage fails, the path redirect operations simply points the application--such as Oracle, SQL or any other large database or similar application--to the D2D backup device as the new file storage location.
Mobile platforms offer only limited file storage and management capabilities to developers.
Brocade (Nasdaq:BRDC), a provider of data centre networking solutions, announced on 16 September that Kogel Fahrzeugwerke (KV), a German manufacturer of temperature-controller road trailers, has deployed the Brocade File Lifecycle Manager (FLM) to implement a two-tier network file storage system.
This is because storage administrators often overprovision file storage to avoid the high cost of system downtime that is needed to install additional storage components.
Following an internal review, KGI realized its existing Apple XRAID solution was not equipped to meet its block and file storage requirements and that a newer solution was needed to manage both protocols in a simple, affordable way.
Diino AB, a provider of web-based file storage, access and distribution solutions, has announced it now has over 1m users, and the demand for online-based storage solutions is rapidly increasing amongst residential users and SMEs.