Apple RAID: innovative but limited

Preston, W. Curtis
October 2003
Storage Magazine;Oct2003, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p44
Provides information on the Apple Xserve Redundant Arrays of Independent Drives (RAID) storage array from Apple Computer Inc. Issues surrounding RAID arrays; Price of Xserve RAID; Goal of Xserve RAID.


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