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native capacity

The raw "uncompressed" storage capacity of a device. Although native capacity can refer to disk drives and solid state drives (SSDs), the term was more widely used for the physical capacity of a tape cartridge when magnetic tape was commonly used for backup in the 1990s. Vendors typically published cartridge specs at twice the native capacity, assuming data were always compressed. See data compression.
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Available in 8TB, 17TB and 52TB blade configurations, FlashBlade offers a raw capacity of up to 4PB at full 75 blade scale.
Available in 8TB, 17TB and 52TB blade configurations, FlashBlade offers a raw capacity of up to 4PB at full 75 blade scale, which will allow enterprises to deploy larger-scale, higher-performance systems that process more data at higher speeds.
the part of their capacity that is actually used and generates revenue) does not grow linearly with their maximum raw capacity capability.
We were amazed at the abundance of mineral wealth under Oman's soil and the Sultanate's raw capacity to supply so much future global demand
The new WaveLogic 3 Nano chipset, being implemented across Ciena's 6500 and 8700 platforms, recognizes that some web-scale applications need power and space efficiency more than raw capacity.
The new WaveLogic 3 Nano chipset, being implemented across Ciena's 6500 and 8700 platforms, recognizes that some web- scale applications need power and space efficiency more than raw capacity.
The strength of the collection is the human lens Gay applies to areas of feminist thought--media, privilege, academia, authorship, stereotypes, violence, and more--and the raw capacity with which she deftly maneuvers around insecurity and imperfection.
The new erasure encoded storage pools in Red Hat's Inktank Ceph Enterprise provide enterprise-scale durability that can lower raw capacity requirements by up to 50 percent2.
With a scalable design, administrators can gradually expand their total storage to over 680TB raw capacity (depends on models) on demand by connecting multiple QNAP RAID expansion enclosures (REXP-1600U-RP and REXP-1200U-RP).
Each uses 2U rack servers with 16 disks to create a combined total raw capacity.
The UML provides a robust 144TB of raw capacity in a compact 5RU high-storage matrix.
4 terabytes (TB) per hour of aggregate inline deduplication throughput and it supports up to 76 TB of raw capacity or up to 2.