rapid storage

rapid storage

[′rap·əd ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
In computers, storage with a very short access time; rapid access is generally gained by limiting storage capacity. Also known as high-speed storage; rapid memory.
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5 HDDs and support Intel[R] Rapid Storage Technology, providing a variety of RAID mode selection.
5 HDDs and support Intel Rapid Storage Technology, providing a variety of RAID mode selection.
With support for Intel's Rapid Storage Technology, the 2 hot-swappable SATA 3 Drive bays can be configured for RAID 0 or RAID 1 for storage performance and reliability.
Being an Intel B85 chipset based system, it comes with features like Intel Rapid Storage Technology (Intel RST) and Intel Small Business Advantage (IntelA SBA), which delivers business-centric security protection, such as after-hours virus scans and data backup, and blocks recognition of unwanted USB drives and Intel's Smart Connect Technology.
Unfortunately, this is too less for both Rapid Boot and Rapid Storage to work simultaneously, reason being, Rapid Boot needs 8GB of space minimum, while Rapid Storage will not work on less than 18.
The company TerraXDR is based on a highly streamlined database solution specifically created for the rapid storage and retrieval of Call Data Records (CDR) and can lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) for data retention by up to 80% compared to relational databases or data warehousing solutions.
The Z68 chipset supports Intel's Rapid Storage Technology SSD caching, which allows an SSD to be used in combination with a traditional HDD to create a hybrid drive similar toSeagate's Momentus XT .
This capacitor allows high-power discharge of electrical energy (and rapid storage when required), while the battery provides a storage capacity with a long, low-cost life.
Rapid storage growth across the enterprise, both inside and outside the data centre, has challenged traditional backup approaches.
Virtualization allows for rapid storage growth and reconfiguration, without the downtime that expansion usually entails.
According to the company, Netserve integrates the convenience and flexibility of any combination of up to six DVD-ROM and CD-ROM drives, facilitating the rapid storage of multiple discs.
Rapid storage, retrieval and access to large volumes of information have become central concerns to management, users and information systems managers in all sizes of firms.

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