channel attached

channel attached

Peripheral devices directly attached to the computer via a channel or bus. The term is used in contrast with devices that are reached remotely over a network. See direct attached storage.
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In 2010, he became the first person to fly the English Channel attached to helium-filled balloons.
The ministry has sent the statement with a verbatim report of Djankos'v appearance on Nova TV channel attached to it.
The SQL Server Database and Documentum file store was Fibre Channel attached to an EMC CLARiiON CX3-80 storage system and the file serving software of StorageWorks Scalable NAS from HP.
Only about 5 percent of all servers shipped actually have Fibre Channel attached. Up to now, Fibre Channel has been perceived as expensive, very complicated, you need a big IT department to run it.
Based on the SGI Origin family architecture and leading-edge Fibre Channel attached storage, this system provides more than 800GB of RAID 5based storage over private high-speed network connections to the ERDC MSRC HPC systems.
On the enterprise side, the tape library space continues to be strong with 90% Fibre Channel attached. Disk is still the best bet for primary production and nearline environments, while tape is the best long-term storage medium.