Dynamic De-Duplication

Definition(s)

  • A proprietary dynamic de-duplication technology designed to handle large volumes of information and ensure that unique meta-data and original content are stored only once. This dynamic de-duplication process is executed as the data flows off the tapes, in order to avoid large and expensive processing and storage requirements.  1

Notes

  1. RenewData, Glossary (10/5/2005).