Featured Page: RAID

1. What is RAID?
RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (as opposed to SLED - Single Large Expensive Disk). Today, most drives are relatively inexpensive and the meaning of the 'i' is changing into 'independent'. The purpose of RAID is to use 2 or more drives together in order to obtain increased performance and/or data security.

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