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NFS

(in Britain) abbreviation for
National Fire Service
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The NFS, which was set up in 1989, supports almost 9,000 tenants across the city, two thirds of whom are YHN customers.
In addition, some NFS systems allow for expanding and decreasing NFS volumes on the fly, and incorporate thin provisioning features by default, saving disk space.
NFS is actually supported directly by most operating systems, or is available from many software vendors.
Reflection(R) NFS Gateway, installed on a Windows NT server, provides complete and flexible integration of Microsoft networked clients with NFS services, usually running on a UNIX server.
Additionally, NFS has experienced lower sales and net flows within private sector retirement plans driven by higher lapses, reduced employee participation and lower 401(k) deferrals--all of which are reflective of the challenging U.
Remote file sharing protocols like CIFS and NFS are especially sensitive to latency.
NFS also processes HEU in a highly secure (Category 1) facility, which is licensed by the U.
NTP Software, the worldwide leader in the real-time control and management of unstructured data, today announced full support for NFS data on NetApp([R]) unified storage systems.
NAS offers a number of untapped benefits as CIFS and NFS file standards provide interoperability and increased file manageability.
We are pleased to close this transaction and welcome the employees of NFS to our company," said Brandon Bethards, Chief Executive Officer of B&W.
The storage is then shared over some network topology using protocols like NFS.