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(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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The new service called Google Cloud Storage Nearline is designed for businesses and costs just $0.01 per GB at rest each month.
Using the remote copy feature of FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX series disk storage systems, the ETERNUS DX200F can be easily backed up to an ETERNUS DX series unit that uses lower priced nearline disks(6).
Featuring the fastest performance available for a nearline HDD, the Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD enables faster data transfers by building on an eighth-generation platform that enables the drive to deliver up to a 25 per cent increase in performance over competing 6TB drives-making it ideal for bulk data storage, the statement said.
Product Marketing Manager, Nearline Storage, Hewlett Packard
By providing an integrated range of technologies and services for primary, nearline, offline, archival, and cloud data storage, Overland makes it easy and cost effective to manage different tiers of information over time.
However, there will be a growing demand for HD media for use in nearline servers, which store a great amount of information.
Moving static data from a productive database into a secondary, lower-cost, high-performance nearline storage environment helps strike a balance between performance and storage costs.
The new SSDs, as well as nearline hard drives that are available in the DS8000, can be ordered with self-encryption for data protection.
At DMI, the DIVArchive installation will comprise nearline storage, a robotic data tape library and transcoding servers--all integrated under management of DIVArchive software.
The architecture offers 60GB/s of fully-balanced, non-blocking internal bandwidth and the ability to manage up to 1,200 storage devices (HDD/SSD), which means it is three times more scalable than competing systems and optimised for online and nearline storage environments.