RAID


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AcronymDefinition
RAIDRedundant Array of Inexpensive Disks
RAIDRedundant Array of Independent Disks
RAIDRecent Advances in Intrusion Detection
RAIDRapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (System)
RAIDRedundant Array of Inexpensive Drives (less common)
RAIDRedundant Array of Independent Devices (tape devices)
RAIDReconnaissance And Interdiction Detachment (US Army National Guard)
RAIDRassemblement pour une Alternative Internationale de Développement (French: Rally for Alternative International Development)
RAIDRandom Array of Independent Disks
RAIDRwanda Aid
RAIDRace Against Impaired Driving
RAIDRedundant Array of Industry-Standard DIMMs
RAIDRetrieval and Information Database
RAIDReaction, Assistance, Intervention, Dissauder (French tactical combat group)
RAIDRiver Assault Interdiction Division
RAIDRam-Air Inflatable Decelerator
RAIDRapid Assessment Initial Detection team (Army National Guard)
RAIDRisk Analysis for ITS Deployment
RAIDReconnaissance Air Interdiction Detachment
RAIDRisks, Assumptions, Issues and Dependencies (project management)
RAIDRequest and Inspection of Documents
RAIDRadar Identification and Direction (System)
RAIDRemote Access & Information Diagnostics
RAIDRapid Access to Information in the DLA (Defense Logistics Agency)
RAIDRobotics & Artificial Intelligence Database
References in classic literature ?
He gave up the raid for the day, and hurried back to the haunted house by the obscurest route he knew.
The Cattle Raid of Cooley is a strange wild tale, yet from it we can learn a great deal about the life of these old, far-away times.
NM: RAID in NAS is only a component part of the benefits of Network Attached File Servers.
Throughput of up to 200 Mbytes/sec sustained data transfer can be achieved using standard 7,000 RPM SATA hard drives by setting up four drives in a RAID 0 configuration.
In the context of RAID, magnetic storage, which used to run 20 to 50 cents per megabyte, dropped to about three to four cents per megabyte, significantly less expensive than optical jukeboxes.
The RocketRAID 2220 PCI-X SATA II RAID Controller provides the highest available throughput by utilizing the PCI-X bandwidth capabilities.
Developed by UC Berkeley's computer science department 20 years ago, RAID became a much-needed source of storing data due to the changes in technology and the use of computers.
In a RAID scenario it is very important to overlap commands as much as possible in order to increase array performance.
Eight-port RAID controller for servers and NAS with dedicated IO processor, full open source Linux driver, RAID 6 capable*
A RAID controller keeps track of the different physical disks and allocates storage space on all of these disks in a particular manner called striping.
Our RAID IMS instruments thus require no registration, licensing, leak testing, record keeping, special disposal, or fees - a considerable advantage for our customers, particularly in civilian protection and the homeland security markets.