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Amass

To gather or to collect. The term is used in business especially in relation to a person or company that has gathered something needed or desired. For example, a person may amass wealth or inventory.
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AMASS is designed to continually monitor all airport surface traffic and automatically alert controllers to potential conflicts with audible cautions and visual displays.
Three AMASS prototype systems have already been installed and integrated with ASDE-3 radars at airports in San Francisco, Boston and Atlanta, where the conflict alerting systems have undergone several years of extensive testing and evaluation by experienced controller teams.
Through continual updates and expanded functionality, AMASS is keeping pace with technology advances to ensure our customers can continue to meet their long-term archiving needs," said Bill Yaman, vice president, ADIC Software.
AMASS for UNIX, designed for direct-attached and network-attached storage environments, is a cost-efficient solution for enterprises that have more data than their disk capacity can support.
The new AMASS version incorporates support for Write-once Read-many (WORM) tape technology and the latest revisions of UNIX operating systems to provide users with high security storage for large data sets at low cost.
AMASS gives end users access to information stored on high capacity tape and optical storage systems using the same applications they use to access data on disk, greatly reducing storage costs.
Unlike the bleating collision-avoidance systems in jetliner cockpits, AMASS will speak to controllers in a simulated voice, informing them of the runway and intersection where the incursion is detected.
And that's exactly where AMASS fits in, enabling direct network access to optical or tape libraries through a simple file-system interface that provides easy interface with other applications.
AMASS software with Infinite File Life automatically tests media on a user-defined schedule, tracks read/write error rates, and renews the files by writing them to new media.
ADIC, AMASS, CentraVision, and Scalar are trademarks of Advanced Digital Information Corporation.
PHOTO (Color) Jay Liebowitz, 17, plans to share business skills that helped him amass $120,000 with other teens.