ARX

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AcronymDefinition
ARXAuto Route Express
ARXAutomatic Retransmission Exchange
ARXAutoCAD Runtime Extension
ARXAdaptive Resource Switch (Acopia)
ARXAutoregressive Exogenous
ARXArtists' Regional Exchange (collaborative international exhibition project)
ARXAdvocacy Resource Exchange (est. 2004; UK)
ARXAction Research Exchange (Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group; Simon Fraser University; Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada)
ARXExperimental Repair Ship
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Adaptive Resource Switches, used to virtualize global file data, can help organizations build more scalable, higher performance Network Attached Storage (NAS) infrastructures that are easier to manage.
Adaptive resource switches solve this problem by allowing customers to create larger workspaces--comprised of multiple physical file systems--to meet their application requirements.
Adaptive resource switches dramatically simplify the management of the NAS infrastructure.
The company deployed adaptive resource switches to virtualize several EMC Celerra NAS devices.
The company deployed adaptive resource switches to virtualize their physical BlueArc file systems and create a larger workspace to accommodate large amounts of customer data.
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