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  • Smart Computing Article - Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management
    Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management January 2000 Vol.8 Issue 1 Add To My Personal Library Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management A Better Method For Information & Resource Sharing The rapid growth of the World Wide Web challenges conventional data-storage schemes. These schemes
  • Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF)
    Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) is a means of transmitting Unique Identification (UID) data elements into the UID Registry. The WAWF is a transaction system, supporting a distinct part of the procurement lifecycle from submission of electronic invoices through inspection and acceptance to electronic
  • Case Study: Bay Area Internet Solutions
    By 2005, Bay Area Internet Solutions (BAIS) had. become an established player in Silicon Valley's. competitive co-location industry. Supported by a. single, 24,000-square-foot internet data center (IDC),. the company served hundreds of customers from. small start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, all
  • Smart Computing Article - System-Area Networks Work Harder
    to use resources on many workstations, enabling programs to use random-access memory (RAM), microprocessors, and data media on each of the clustered workstations. NOTE: Both system-area network and storage-area network promoters use
  • Materials Tracking: It's All in the Data
    , vibration, energy consumption, air quality and other physical measurements. Compared with cabled networking, wireless systems offer processes the same benefits as home data networks: lower cost, wider/more customizable coverage area and more measurement points. The wireless sensing and monitoring
  • Data Center using Natural Ventilation
    Moffitt Corporation was approached by a local engineer and a local contractor to ventilate a new data center in Quincy, Washington. Data centers are large rooms with dozens of computers. All of these computers run non-stop and host websites, internet applications, and other computer programs
  • Nitriding Process Temperature Trending Using a Data Logger
    This November CAS DataLoggers supplied the industrial automation solution to Northeast Coating Technologies in Kennebunk, Maine. Engineer Conrad Woodman is using our dataTaker DT80 Intelligent Data Logger to continually monitor NCT's production Melonite (R) line, specifically the salt bath area
  • HOW-TO Compression/Decompression Tradeoffs for Data Networking and Storage
    building a high performance lossless data compression engine. Each of these trade-offs can vary the gate area of the end design greatly and have significant impact on the overall efficiency of the compressor (compression ratio).

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