LZS

AcronymDefinition
LZSLempel Ziv STAC (data compression algorithm used in IPSEC protocol)
LZSLatvijas Zemnieku Savieniba (Latvian: Latvian Farmers' Union; Riga, Latvia)
LZSLetalska Zveza Slovenije (Slovenian: Aeronautical Association of Slovenia; parachute enthusiasts)
LZSLondon Zine Symposium
LZSLudowe Zespoly Sportowe (Polish organization that promotes sports in rural areas)
LZSLondon Zoological Society (UK)
LZSLower Zone Storage (groundwater)
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Utilizing the same industry-standard LZS compression algorithm already deployed on over 100 million tapes, the VTL Express Mini uses two Hifn 9630 data compression processors with load-balancing, bus-mastering DMA, and a 4-lane PCI Express bus.
Note to Editors: Hi/fn, IPSECure, and Encryption Processor are trademarks and LZS is a registered trademark of Hi/fn, Inc.
Utilizing the industry-standard LZS lossless compression algorithm, the Express DR family of data reduction boards offer load-balancing, bus-mastering DMA, and a 4-lane PCI Express bus.
PowerCrypt provides full hardware support for the complete IPSec protocol stack, including DES, 3DES, SHA-1, and MD5, as well as RC4 encryption, and LZS and MPPC data compression schemes.
All of the devices support the current and newest encryption algorithms including AES-GCM and Elliptical Curve Cryptography used in Suite B applications, industry-standard lossless compression algorithms LZS, eLZS, as well as GZIP generally used for file and http compression applications, and the key authentication/hash algorithms which are imperative for accelerating deduplication.
Hi/fn's patented LZS compression technology has become the de facto standard in the marketplace.
The DR 1050 offloads the industry-standard LZS lossless data compression delivering hardware-advantaged compression performance of up to 962 MByte/sec.
Twenty times faster than hardware for five simultaneous users, Stac's LZS compression technology improves network transfer speeds by up to 44 percent.
The newest additions to the Express DR product line, the Express DR 250 and DR255 cards, are the industry's first hardware-accelerated data deduplication cards and also combine industry-standard LZS data compression and AES256 data encryption in a single PCI card.
Utilizing the industry-standard LZS lossless compression algorithm, the Express DR cards offer load-balancing, bus-mastering DMA, and a 4-lane PCI Express bus.
Hifn's Express DR 250/255 accelerator cards accomplish this goal in two ways: first, with built-in powerful and fast SHA-1 or MD5 hashing algorithms, and second, single-pass LZS 2.
Hifn's signature LZS and MPPC compression engines operate at 700 megabits per second, boosting overall system performance.