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SSecond(s)
SSouth
SSmile
SSatisfactory
SSearch (Stores 100 code)
SAs
SSex
SSystem
SSource (transistor; electronics)
SStore
SSubject
SSection
SSave (baseball)
SSuper (in automatic transmissions; equal to 2)
SSign
SSide (geometry, as in the SSS postulate)
SShort
SSafety (football)
SSeite
SSiemens
SSecret
SSweden (ISO Country Identifier)
SStorage
SSavings (economics)
SSan Francisco, CA (mint mark)
SSnow (weather reports)
SSwitch
SSatellite (imagery, type of map)
SSin (Spanish: Without)
SSierra (aviation letter code)
SSevere (rock climbing grade)
SStuttgart (auto license plate)
SSemi-Annual
SSmooth (woodworking)
SSuperb
SSeminar
SScout
SSleeve
SSealed (CD condition)
SSaskatchewan (postal code designation, Canada)
SSacrifice (baseball)
SSenate
SSphere
SSuperman
SSegment
SSubsidiary (IRB)
SSheffield (postcode, United Kingdom)
SServicing
SSears (stock symbol)
SSpectacles
SSickness (on overtime forms)
SSine (Latin: Without)
SScrap
SSequential
SShaman (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
SDisplacement
SSeaman
SStokes (kinematic viscosity)
SSulfur
SShilling (British currency)
SSpades (playing cards)
SSoldering
SSparkasse (German: public savings bank)
SEntropy (thermodynamics)
SStarboard (nautical)
SSubchapter S Corporation
SSkype (voice-over-Internet service)
SSerine (amino acid)
SSystolic (peak blood pressure)
SStreptococcus
SStreptomycin
SAntisubmarine (US military aircraft designation; as in S-2 Tracker)
SSpaceplane (US military aerospace vehicle)
STrack spacing
SSacral Vertebra (prefix, as in S-1)
SScatterable (mines)
sSocialdemokratiska Arbetarpartiet (Swedish political party)
SSilicaceous (asteroid class)
SSubthreshold Swing
SStarboard Truss Segment (ISS)
SFranchise Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
SFresnel Sine Integral
SS Sub-Shell (innermost electron subshell)
SArea of a geometric figure (mathematics)
sTERCOM-Aided Inertial Navigation System
SOnde Seconde (Italian: second wave; seismography)
SSupervisory Function Bit
SSecondary Body Waves
SUS DoT tire speed rating (112 mph)
SContinuous-time complex variable (analogous to Z in discrete-time; electrical engineering)
SFourth Heartbeat Wave
SSecurity Prison (Cambodia; Khmer Rouge designation)
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Storage management for disk storage was popularized by IBM's HSM functionality beginning in 1976 and was soon followed by DSM/OS, an HSM product from Sterling Software that quickly gained appeal for its performance, ease-of-use and policy-based capabilities.
A natural gas storage facility has multiple uses as well -- to augment the peak availability of storing gas produced during periods of low demand; to cover unforeseen production facilities failures; and handle abrupt increases in demand.
Agent- and license-free storage services to deliver different grades and levels of capacity for hundreds of individual and distributed servers.
We're very pleased to have been selected as an emerging technology company for the Storage Decisions' Emerging Technology Showcase," said Boris Anderer, president and CEO of RELDATA.
To understand the ideal attributes of storage for grids, it is important to look at the way grid computing operates.
With email attachments and media files growing, IT administrators are forced to reconcile user's expectations for nearly unlimited data storage with a fixed budget for additional capacity," said Jeff Berliner, director of systems for NYU School of Medicine.
At the core of the issue is the architecture of a typical modular storage system.
Crushing through the barriers of monolithic storage offerings intended for a different era, Hitachi Data Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd.
Clustered storage offerings are common in the market today, but the majority of these solutions are based on legacy "scale-up" architectures.
The availability of the software iSCSI drivers across major server operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX and the forthcoming drivers for AIX and Mac OS X, in conjunction with the iSCSI storage arrays offers the IT organization the potential to implement IP SANs to address many of their data storage needs.