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DAFSDirect Access File System
DAFSDistributed Active Filter Systems
DAFSDirect Access File System (consortium/collaboration)
DAFSDiffraction Anomalous Fine Structure
DAFSDocument Attribute Format Specification
DAFSDepartment of Agriculture & Fisheries (Scotland)
DAFSDamage Analysis and Fundamental Studies
DAFSDirect Aerial Fire Support
DAFSDefense Agencies Financial Service
DAFSDepartment of Agriculture, Forest Service
DAFSDecoder-Assisted Frame Synchronization
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Our extensive use of NetApp solutions at SAS and our ongoing collaboration around the Direct Access File System (DAFS) have us convinced that Network Appliance has solutions to serve enterprises today and the vision to build the storage infrastructure for tomorrow.
The InfiniBand and Architecture and the Direct Access File System (DAFS) protocol are key to accomplishing this critical job.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) protocol promises to further accelerate this trend by adding high performance and transport independence to the TCO advantage.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) is a lightweight file access protocol optimized for high-performance, mission-critical data center environments.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) is a file access protocol, based on NFSv4 that is being designed to take advantage of new standard memory-to-memory interconnect technologies such as VI and InfiniBand in high-performance data center environments.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) protocol is a new file access method designed to provide application servers with high performance low latency access to shared storage pools over Fibre Channel, Gigabit Ethernet, InfiniBand, and other VT-compliant transports in data center environments.
Charting the emergence of the Direct Access File System
Editor's note: CTR Associate Editor Christine Chudnow conducted an interview with two charming industry evangelists and Direct Access File System (DAFS) co-chairs: Dave Dale of Network Appliance and Mitch Shults of Intel.
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