Write-Back


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Write-Back

An increase in the value of an asset after a previously made write down, which is a record of a decrease in value. A write-back may have capital gains tax implications, as higher value generally translates to higher taxes.
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It is possible that this will change in the future, but at the present moment this strategy is so pervasive that drive manufacturers presume write-back caching to be enabled when certifying their ATA products.
Seagate Worksheet's new Write-Back functionality is ideal for organizations seeking to perform powerful "what if" analysis on multidimensional data stored in Microsoft SQL Server 7.
A Prioris ZX 5133MP/2 RAID system equipped with dual symmetric multiprocessing Pentium 133MHz processors, 1MB of synchronous secondary two-way write-back cache per processor, a dual-channel PCI RAID controller, 64MB of memory with two-way interleaving, integrated dual Fast/Wide SCSI-2 controllers, a quad-speed CD-ROM drive, and three 2.
Improve's write-back caching software comes with the Make-it 586 upgrade and, along with the upgrade chip, accounts for clock-doubled and clock- tripled performances.
The systems provide users investment protection by utilizing key features such as memory capacities up to 128MB, 16KB of L1 cache, 256KB of L2 write-back cache, an integrated 32-bit PCI-IDE drive controller, Flash BIOS, six drive bays, two 32-bit PCI slots, one PCI/ISA slot and four 16-bit ISA slots.
Standard features include PCI hard drive controllers; double-speed, MPC-2 compliant, Kodak(TM) compatible CD-ROM drives; 256K Micron 15ns write-back cache; software-upgradeable Flash BIOS; and a Microsoft(R) Mouse.
Real-time Predictive Analysis: Sophisticated write-back capabilities let customers perform real-time forecasting and scenario-based predictive analysis.
The new machines include a 256K write-back cache, local bus video, 4MB of RAM expandable to 64MB and five open expansion slots.
The CPU modules incorporate an innovative, new design that integrates a 256-KB read and write-back caching scheme.
These features include real-time consolidations, Web-based write-back to a variety of OLAP and SQL repositories, executive dashboard, workflow with automated alerts as well as interactive ad hoc slice and dice analysis.