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RAID, or redundant arrays of independent disks, can provide higher performance and enhanced data security by effectively grouping several disks into a single system.
The new storage subsystem uses an implementation of the storage technique called RAID-5, or Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks, and significantly expands the AS/400's data storage and availability options.
For enhanced performance and capacity, the ILS 600 uses a Sun Enterprise 3500, Enterprise 4500 or Enterprise 6500 and integrates them with tape jukeboxes and redundant arrays of independent disks.

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