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Each type of data, such as executable files, text files, and database records, will be deduplicated with the block size that achieves the maximum compression rate.
Features include: easy adjustment to different block sizes and lamella sizes on a touchscreen; easy integration of multiple machines in a line or into automated processes; saw blade kerf from 1.
Usually maximum data rates are seen with sequential data streams that are either entirely Read or entirely Write operations, and have data block sizes of 64 KBytes or larger.
It's most suitable for use with database log files, which are highly active and typically have relatively small block sizes.
Focusing on block size orders (minimum 10,000 shares or $200,000 market value) allows Alexander Wescott & Co.
The SC-1000 compression engine implements real-time data compression for disk-to-disk backup, while the security engine, which supports 128- and 256-bit key sizes, implements the AES algorithm in ECB mode with a 128-bit block size and variable key size changeable on a per-block basis.
Features include: production capacity up to 45,000 sq ft per single shift; easy adjustment to different block size and lamella size on touchscreen; 2- to 6-blade heads; saw blade keff of 1.
It includes a number of key features that increase speed and confidence of data protection, use existing operational procedures, and preserve existing backup investments, including: * Support for cloning to physical cartridges for offsite storage * Compatibility with user's current backup software and operating systems * Ability to use data block size 4 to 12 times larger than blocks transferred through most file systems * Existing backup packages support copy to tape for cloning or export * Optimizes tape performance * Low overall cost of ownership Other members of the EBSI include Atempo, Legato Systems, Network Appliance, OTG Software, and QLogic.