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NAS

abbr.
1. National Academy of Sciences
2. naval air station
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NAS

or N.A.S.,

1. National Academy of Sciences.
2. naval air station.
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NAS or file virtualization switches address these challenges by allowing IT managers to pool storage resources and utilize intelligent storage management services, to optimize resource allocation and data management.
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Both the StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array [called "Enterprise"] and the StorageWorks NAS Executor were designed from the ground up to meet these needs, enabling customers to surmount the challenges of the current business environment by extending and enhancing valuable IT resources.
After reviewing employment data, it was discovered that the facility's turnover rate among NAs was more than 80%.
NAS is directly attached to the network media and uses file management over low-cost Ethernet-based networks.
In configuring the Hitachi Freedom NAS, either the Hitachi Freedom Storage Lightning 9900 Series or the Thunder 9200 systems is attached to a NAS server supplied by Network Storage Solutions.
While NAS continues to satisfy the universal need to share and provide network file access, these independent NAS devices exist as "silos," isolated islands of file serving resources that impact enterprise applications.
Cultural Resources Management, installation runner-up: NAS Patuxent River, Md.
The Network Attached Storage (NAS) 300G is a highly-tuned file server that resides between the local area network (LAN) and a storage area network (SAN).
The general-purpose computer within a traditional NAS solution provides a high degree of manageability and value-added features, including snapshots, multi-protocol support, file sharing, etc.--all of which have made NAS the preferred solution for any network storage environment that does not rely upon high-performance or high-scalability, yet traditional NAS implementations fail to scale because they are bound by the CPU cycles their host system can produce.
Scalable to 2.1 terabytes in an ultradense 8U form factor, the 9205 NAS provides industry-leading storage density--over 10TB in a standard 42U rack--providing the ideal network file sharing solution for e-businesses in ISP data centers, where space is at a premium.