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What does AMS stand for?

AMS stands for Adaptable Modular Storage (Hitachi)

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Secondly, Hitachi is introducing an entirely new line-up of highly versatile and highly scalable next generation midrange, channel-optimized modular storage systems--the TagmaStore Adaptable Modular Storage and Workgroup Modular Storage lines (models AMS500, AMS200, and WMS100).
Joins Hitachi Technology Alliance Program for Closer Integration of Video Surveillance and Storage Technologies LAS VEGAS -- Intransa, the physical security infrastructure and services company, announced today that it has completed SELECT ELITE OEM certification of Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage technologies from Hitachi Data Systems for use with Intransa VideoAppliance and video server platforms.
Hitachi Data Systems is offering the SilkWorm 4900 high-end switch along with its family of intelligent network storage controllers: the Hitachi TagmaStore Universal Storage Platform, the TagmaStore Network Storage Controller, and its midrange line of Adaptable Modular Storage systems delivering rich, advanced functionality traditionally available only with high-end storage.
Hitachi VSP addresses the challenges of server virtualization as these environments scale, enabling customers to: * Achieve the highest performance and virtual machine density for virtualized applications in production environments * Automate and consolidate tiered storage assets while ensuring the highest levels of reliability, performance and availability * Simplify and unify storage management to maximize IT resources, and importantly, reduce IT costs and minimize risk * Scale to support large-scale virtualized application environments, including VDI Hitachi Data Systems is the first company to fully certify virtualized storage with VMware VAAI, and builds upon its July 2010 announcement of Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage (AMS) family support for VMware vSphere 4.