The high-performance MV7000 medium-voltage drives bring innovation to the field of large drives and give an effective answer to customers increasing demand for outstanding performance and reliability and low operational costs.
What does LD stand for?
LD stands for Large Drives (Siemens A&D)
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Two hundred of the smaller F4 drives were sold before they came off the production line and there are already orders for 500 of the large drives in the pipeline before they too have come off the production line.
Traditional analysis and examination tools are not designed to handle more than a few very large drives, so examiners spend resources and cycles with repetitive and inefficient tasks.
Boasting 512 megabytes of high-speed cache and a high-speed IBM RISC processor for high throughputs across up to 12 hard drive mechanisms, it supports large drives, currently up to 250GB, to provide up to 3 TeraBytes of storage, and RAID Levels 0, 1, 3, 5, 0+ 1 and 3 and 5 with hot spares.
People with large drives outside their houses have traditionally been happy to store their caravan in the drive.
EVEN with the large drives available on modern PCs many people find that they don't have enough storage space.
The program features a familiar user interface similar to Windows Explorer and is especially useful for large drives containing many files.
In between scheduled runs, fragmentation continues to impact performance and continues to reduce hard drive life--and in some instances, as in the case of very large drives, the defragmenter isn't even addressing the fragmentation problem.