static storage

static storage

[′stad·ik ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
Computer storage such that information is fixed in space and available at any time, as in flip-flop circuits, electrostatic memories, and coincident-current magnetic-core storage.
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Altura is a key player in the global lithium market and is leveraging increasing demand for raw materials for manufacturing lithium ion batteries for electric vehicles and static storage uses.
Donor lungs retrieved from Hawaii that initially were not accepted for transplantation due to limitations of cold static storage were successfully transplanted after using the OCS Lung System.
Altura is currently considering plans to double concentrate production to 440,000 mt/y to tap into the global demand for electric vehicle and static storage batteries.
Many end users choose static storage over vertical storage solutions because they are concerned about how automation could adapt or transform their operations.
The selective static storage racks that have a place in most modern-day DCs are giving way to more multi-level picking operations that can accommodate faster picking and picking of multi-item orders (versus just palletized goods).
I mainly hunt public land, and I like the challenge of hunting new areas and seeing new country, so a static storage facility doesn't work for me.
From our shelflife testing and static storage trials, we have seen significant improvements in maintaining the fruit's condition within the RTE specification.
Sean Donovan, sales manager at Rackline, said: "We supplied high density and static storage by installing a range of specialist products including our multitrak, monotrak, profile, proform and prospan products.
The ActivRAC system boosts productivity by allowing a facility to easily convert multiple aisles of static storage racks into a compact, single-moving aisle that easily opens and closes for access.