Date Added: Dec 2011
RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent (Inexpensive) Disks. RAID technology allow to combine several disks to one large data storage. Nowadays, there are many different array types, also called RAID levels. Most widespread are RAID0, RAID5, RAID1, and RAID10. In recent years more and more people choose RAID both for their personal computers and as a storage solution for business because RAID: allows to create a really big data storage, improves system performance in terms of read and write speed and provides fault tolerance and therefore prevent data loss due to.