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/run into the ground
To belabor (an issue or a subject).
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His last drive started near Santa Monica with the Monterey Peninsula; a maritime community eight hours north of Los Angeles, as his destination
Now that native Fibre Channel tape drives are readily available and are coming down in cost, these library manufacturers are offering products with a native Fibre Channel Tape solution in addition to the bridged solution.
The integration of Seagate's hard drives is strategic to ServGate's UTM platforms:
Suitably named, the drives are about the size of a person's thumb, able to store large amounts of information in an incredibly small amount of space.
What happened to DC shredder drives? And while AC wound-rotor drives predominate in the start of this decade, are they the right choice for everyone?
Reifenhauser's patent on direct drives for extruders has prompted a lot of R&D by competitors to work around the patent.
AutoPacific (Tustin, CA) president George Peterson says his research firm routinely questions consumers in its Future Vehicle Survey, as well as in focus groups, whether drive configuration is an issue.
The knowledge accumulated by Hagglunds from over 30 years experience of roll mill drives can now also be applied to mixer drives.
This can provide faster access to the data than if the file were solely located within one drive. If one drive fails, the missing data would be lost, but RAID level 5, for example, adds parity data (check digits) to disk striping, allowing the data on the failed drive to be reconstructed from the data remaining on the other drives.
New programs for tape drives now come with a feature called installable file systems (IFS), which uses conventional computer commands to copy individual files from your hard disk to the tape and even to locate files already on the tape.
Today, it's commonplace for personal computers to have 40-megabyte internal hard drives that take up about no more space than a stack of pancakes.
Enterprise servers have long used the standard parallel SCSI 3.5" hard disc drives for internal storage requirements.
Each compact all-metal chassis includes DataPort removable drive carriers which feature 25,000 insertion-rated connectors, patented drive cooling technology and can support either Serial ATA or IDE/ATA hard drives of any capacity.
GM already offered overnight test drives but decided to add a national test-drive program called "Auto Show in Motion," where potential buyers can test-drive GM vehicles on closed-road courses.