File segmentation allows for faster data

Mutke, Ernst
September 2000
Network World;09/25/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 39, p89
Trade Publication
Discusses the mechanics of file segmentation which speeds up data recovery and reduce computer network load. Breakdown of 1G-byte video file into 100M-byte segments; Storage of the segments as if they were separate files; Determination by the system of the segment being viewed or retrieved.


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