random storage

random storage

[′ran·dəm ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
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Captain Abdullah Hamad Al Tamimi, head of the customer service and public relations section at the Directorate of Civil Defence in Abu Dhabi, said that the incident was triggered by burning of the plastic materials in the basement of the building due to their random storage that led to the spread of huge smoke.
However, rendering particles typically requires large data sets and random storage access.
A two-month inspection covering 3,600 buildings revealed that most fires happen in warehouses with random storage and those that are illegally used as accommodations for workers, Major General Al Matroushi told Gulf News.
The most common violations reported in the warehouses included random storage of goods, lack of maintenance and changing the design of the building without permission.
Even random storage, however, will be controlled so that material is stored somewhere near the next point of use.
Moreover, IDT's product family is architected to maximize random storage I/O performance - a critical requirement driven by multi-core CPU designs and virtualization.
The USS-SSD cacheing combination is an optimal solution to the random storage access patterns caused by data center consolidation and virtualization, which typically results in poor storage performance and slow access times.
Major General Al Matroushi said most common violations in warehouses included random storage, lack of fire alarm and fire-fighting systems, and change of interior design without permission.
Using Mellanox's InfiniBand, the Kove([R]) XPD[TM] L2 storage has achieved continuous and sustained 5 microsecond random storage read and write.
This latest release will support all critical warehousing functions including cross-docking, random storage, cycle counts and batch, wave and zone picking.
Because of reliance on rotational disk drives most NAS devices are performance limited to 1,000 (or less) random storage requests per second.