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steal from

attack

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make a search of

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bust

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an act of invading, especially by military forces

to make a surprise attack on

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to enter so as to attack, plunder, destroy, or conquer

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a sudden short attack

an attempt by speculators to defraud investors

search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on

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enter someone else's territory and take spoils

take over (a company) by buying a controlling interest of its stock

search for something needed or desired

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With its history of ATA product and technology development, Promise Technology is the recognized world leader in ATA controllers, ATA RAID cards and ATA RAID subsystems.
As the market for ATA RAID continues to grow, storage users are looking for targeted solutions that address their unique requirements.
With its legacy of ATA product and technology development, Promise Technology is the recognized world leader in ATA controllers, ATA RAID cards and ATA RAID subsystems, and maintains ongoing product development relationships with most major ATA hard drive manufacturers and OEMs.
Built upon Nexsan's groundbreaking EnterpriseATA technology, the ATABeast delivers industry-leading features including dual active/active ATA RAID controllers with failover/failback.
For example, Data Domain's Restorer is an on-site disk-based restore repository that replaces ATA RAID systems or NAS, and complements tape by relieving the pressure of being the primary backup and restore target.
The advent of large ATA RAID arrays renders backing up to disk an affordable and efficient option.
It includes the only Serial ATA PCI RAID solution with battery backup module and is being released to the public as the one-stop-source for professional class Serial ATA RAID storage adapters, including low-cost two-, four- and six-port solutions.
However a large part of the quality differential is due to ineffective strategies employed by the ATA RAID community using legacy RAID methodologies.
The product demonstrations highlight the performance, value, and storage density offered by the 3ware 9650SE, the newest 3ware Serial ATA RAID controller featuring RAID 6.
Additionally, today's ATA RAID leaders are delivering subsystems that bring the cost of ATA RAID-based disk storage below $3 a gigabyte.
There are a few factors that have kept ATA RAID from seriously challenging SCSI: The 18-inch cable limitation of ATA makes it difficult to connect large storage banks of ATA drives; the limit of two drives per cable makes it hard to build large capacity storage subsystems, where most controllers can attain reasonable performance with a maximum of four drives; SCSI drives and controllers have features that lead to increased performance that ATA drives do not have; early attempts at ATA RAID were generally poorly implemented, causing those who tried it to have a negative experience, establishing a reputation for unreliability for ATA RAID.
The ATA RAID 1200A and 2400A, two- and four-channel products, respectively, for workstations and entry-level servers, are also part of the bloodline.
The product demonstrations highlight the performance, value, and storage density offered by the 3ware 9650SE, the latest hardware-based 3ware Serial ATA RAID controller featuring RAID 6.