ARCU

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ARCUAdvanced RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) Configuration Utility
ARCUAmerican to Russian Converter Unit
ARCUArctic Research Consortium of the United States (Fairbanks, AK)
ARCUAcute Respiratory Care Unit
ARCUAutomatic Root Certificate Update
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Going this route offers an extremely competitive price point with exceptional flexibility, advanced RAID / drive health monitoring features, and up to 35% higher performance compared to other RAID 5 hardware solutions that typically cost twice as much, said Larry O'Connor, Founder and CEO, OWC.
Business continuity is backed with comprehensive reliability designs of the TS-1269U-RP, including advanced RAID management, redundant power supply, 512MB DOM with dual system OS that ensures successful system boot-up, dual LAN ports providing network failover, and hot-swappable support for SSD, SATA 6Gb/s 3.5” and 2.5” drives.
The TS-409 Pro offers advanced RAID protection features which are rarely seen in other NASes of the same level.
The solution features an advanced RAID system with four modes: RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10.
You should choose an HBA that supports the type of features you need from simple RAID 0 to advanced RAID 5.
The SiI 3132 offers advanced RAID capability through Silicon Image's SATARaid software RAID management utility, which comes bundled with the chip.
The Adaptec AIC-9410 SAS controller, which will power SAS workstations and servers, is the industry's fastest to date, delivering unprecedented 4.8 gigabyte/second performance with advanced RAID capabilities through eight ports--the highest port count available--to deliver maximum data speed and industry-leading configuration flexibility for internal and external storage.
NetFORCE incorporates Procom's advanced RAID system to provide consistently high performance and throughput.
These more advanced RAID configurations are preferred in server environments where maximum data availability and performance is critical.
This type of virtualization is accomplished using the advanced RAID functionality of N-way mirroring, array splitting and mirror hiding.
A reliable backup system will provide advanced RAID features like mirrored configuration (RAID1+0), hot spares and automatic restoration after (perish the thought!) a disk failure.
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