on-line storage

on-line storage

[′ȯn‚līn ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
Storage controlled by the central processing unit of a computer.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of Stainless Steel Commercial On-Line Storage Purifier Cum Water Cooler To Model No.
In addition, users can backup files to multiple destinations such as USB flash drives, iPods, CD/DVDs, Blu-ray media or secured on-line storage.
Included in the cost is 2GB of on-line storage via EMC's MozyHome on-line backup service.
Ideal for all high capacity applications: on-line storage, D2D, Digital Video, CCTV, online archives.
At Northallerton holding areas are planned at the top of Sun and Turker Becks, plus an on-line storage tank under Bullamoor Park.
At the same time, he says, the supplier is making every effort it can to support retailers' customers, whether they use digital cameras or traditional models, offering them a choice of E-solutions, including image processing and on-line storage of their photos.
In this model, on-line storage creates higher costs, offers faster speed, but provides lower capacity than near-line storage.
In conjunction with its current AT&T DBC1012 system, Wal-Mart's decision support system now has more than 5 terabytes of Teradata on-line storage.
To compress images for efficient, on-line storage, Huang plans to use clinically verified lossy imaging technology, which reduces needed computer storage by a 10-to-1 ratio over traditional storage techniques.
First, there is on-line storage for the user's day-to-day work.
Optical technology promises billions and even trillions of bytes of on-line storage.
Data storage servers which rely on traditional all-magnetic architectures and use magnetic-disk for on-line storage and tape for archiving files have several shortcomings: * many run out of capacity * performance decreases as they approach

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