In the face of this, the National Storage Industry Consortium, now the Information Storage Industry Consortium, has set the ambitious goal of reaching 155 gigabit per square centimeter data storage in the next five years.
What does NSIC stand for?
NSIC stands for National Storage Industry Consortium
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- National Savings Income Bonds (UK)
- New, Sealed in Box
- North South Implementation Bodies Guidance (Department of Finance and Personnel; Accountability and Accountancy Services Division; UK)
- Northern Star International Broadcasters (radio and TV broadcasters union; Norway)
- Number State of Interacting Bosons (physics)
- Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League (Canada)
- North Shrewsbury Ice Boat Yacht Club (Red Bank, NJ)
- National Small Industries Corporation (India)
- National Sport Information Centre (Australia)
- National Statistical Information Center
- National Strategy Information Center (US government)
- National Stringed Instrument Corporation
- Naval Security and Investigative Command
- Nikon Super Integrated Coating (photography)
- Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (sports)
- Nuclear Safety Information Center
- National Standard Indonesian Chip Card
- North Sulawesi International Choir Competition (Indonesia)
- Network Service Instance Control Function
- National Study of Instructional Costs and Productivity
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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded a research grant for a joint venture between Seagate, the National Storage Industry Consortium (NSIC), Advanced Research Corp.
Simonds, a computer scientist at the National Storage Industry Consortium in San Diego.
He also co-founded the Network-Attached Storage Device (NASD) working group in the National Storage Industry Consortium.
This data storage system is being developed by a 12-participant team of seven companies, four universities and the National Storage Industry Consortium.
Speaking at the annual meeting of the National Storage Industry Consortium, Horner said that while conventional magnetic- and optical-based technologies will continue to be important for storing large amounts of data, holographic storage will become the storage technology of choice for archived data because it offers significantly faster data access and read rates than either of the other technologies.
Quantum also works closely with industrial groups including the National Storage Industry Consortium (NSIC).
and two universities, University of Arizona and Georgia Tech, the Joint Venture is managed by the National Storage Industry Consortium.