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1 outlines the context where IMDB Cache will be implemented.
At its core, an external storage cache is a non-volatile array of fast RAM that interfaces with other storage devices through multiple high-performance interconnects, such as Fibre Channel links.
This way the people, not the birds, determined the possible cache locations.
After the change, even a $100 consumer GPS receiver can get you to within 20 to 30 feet of a cache.
Many also survived in part because of a bird that seeks out the sloughs of the Cache and White Rivers in much the same manner that winter-weary northerners flock to sunnier climes when north winds begin to howl.
Both Mickelson and Grant assert that a good outfitter's cache or camp is neat and unobtrusive.
The global cache director is a multifunctional, solid-state global memory technology that manages data movement between all channel and disk directors.
Storage front ends such as FalconStor's IPStor can optimize the technology by using solid-state disk to emulate the cache pools found in most storage devices.
Brian Woolf, Cache's Chairman commented: "We were pleased to report continued strength in May, delivering a 6% increase in comparable store sales for Cache.
Common elements of a modular RAID server include host and disk interfaces, processor and data bus, cache, modular disk packaging, and high availability mechanisms.
Olofson, with more than two decades of IT experience, selected the winning entries based on criteria that included general innovation as well as the breadth and depth of CACHE technology utilization within the submitted applications.
The end user requests a page from the cache server just as he would from any Web site, using a domain name that is specific to the caching server.