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n.1.(Biol.) The division of that which is morphologically one organ into two or more, as the division of an organ of a plant into a pair or cluster.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Upon expiration of the two year contract, which is in the final process of negotiation, it is expected that L-1 and the other two BSPs will exclusively compete for the de-duplication of the remaining one billion identities included in this voluntary program.
Additionally, the DSI9003 VTL version 2.1 is certified with leading backup applications to maximize compatibility and ensure fast, seamless deployment, and offers standard features that allow a user to copy virtual tape volumes directly to backend tape and also offer optional features to provide data de-duplication, encryption and replication functionality.
<p>All NetApp FAS series storage systems, provides the flexibility to host multiple storage tiers within a single system thus allows more storage capacity for less price at zero performance compromise.<p>NetApp's own De-duplication software allows customers to save up to 95% of storage otherwise wasted on saving duplicate copies of the same media file.
HP is transforming data protection with its new data de-duplication solutions.
The second industry initiative is data de-duplication. While data compression has been focused on the primary storage, data de-duplication is directed at the back-up and archiving arena.
Data de-duplication was a concept relatively unknown at the beginning of 2007, yet ended the year as a $100 million market of its own.
Benefits to outsourcing this type of work can include more frequent de-duplication of records, access to multiple information storehouses, and manual data entry that's done by the service rather than by university staff.
However, you can plan for de-duplication of customers.
The user can directly set attributes, such as the number of results returned for each source, the number of results displayed per page, the de-duplication algorithm, and the method of sorting.
Such attributes as number of results to be returned for each source, the number of results displayed per page, the de-duplication algorithm, and the method of sorting can be set by the user.
In this way, the de-duplication performance issue of dealing with impossibly large numbers has been resolved.
Control options include de-duplication, logical grouping, stamping options and spot-checking a preview of the production set before submitting the job to Fios.