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to put or keep out of sight

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a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons)

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a secret store of valuables or money

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(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated

save up as for future use

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CAChe's vision is to help establish chemistry teaching labs with 10 to 20 molecular and reactivity stations networked together," said Evelyn Brosnan, product marketing manager at CAChe.
Today federal wildlife managers continue to purchase land from willing sellers, especially any hardwood bottoms that flood when the Cache leaves its banks.
A collection of database tables related through foreign keys that are transformed to IMDB Cache tables represents a cache group which may be defined through SQL Syntax.
Properly designed, an external storage cache will automatically discover storage targets on the network and present these to an administrator as candidates for caching.
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.
These cache directors also provide fault tolerance and high availability through internal component redundancy, end-to-end integrity validation and advanced error mitigation.
By investing in CAChe Scientific, Tektronix is able to maintain a strong interest in this large market potential while enabling CAChe to independently pursue a market very different from Tek's core businesses.
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.
InterSystems, a leading database provider in healthcare, develops and markets the CACHE post-relational database and the Ensemble universal integration platform.
The technology is usually implemented in a service model, where a service company provides a cached version of a Web site and charges by the number of bytes served to users from the cache.
While we continue to be pleased with the strength of our Cache business across each of our categories and believe we are positioned to report improved results at Lillie Rubin, we have tempered our first quarter guidance, due to reduced expectations for Lillie Rubin.
To insure data integrity after the transition, advanced RAID controllers mirror data across controller caches and provide a mechanism that insures that the applications never access dirty cache pages.
LogiXML's New LGX Info Turbo Taps the Power Of InterSystems' CACHE Database to Support High Performance Reporting Data Warehouse Applications