The block-level protocol historically used in laptops, desktops, and low-end server platforms. See also direct attached storage (DAS).
A security service that detects the arrival of duplicate packets within a given window of packets or a bounded timeframe.
An IP routing feature that supports regionalized duplication of IP addresses; facilitates efficient location of globally distributed services.
An integrated circuit that performs a specific function.
A method of replicating data across long distances in which the states of the source and target disk images may be significantly out of sync at any point in ...