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Dell EMC Unity Dell EMC Type Subsidiary Traded as NYSE: EMC (1986–2016) Industry Computer storage Founded 1979; 40 years ago Founders Richard Egan Roger Marino Headquarters Hopkinton, Massachusetts , United States Area served Worldwide Key people Jeff Clarke (President, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell EMC) Products See EMC products Parent Dell Technologies Website www.dellemc.com/en-us/storage/unity.htm Dell EMC Unity is one of Dell EMC’s mid-range ..

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Irreligion “Irreligious” redirects here. For the album by Moonspell, see Irreligious (album). Not to be confused with Secularity or Atheism. Part of a series on Irreligion Irreligion[hide] Secular humanism Freethought Post-theism Nontheism Anti-clericalism Antireligion Criticism of religion Parody religion Atheism[show] Agnosticism[show] Deism[show] Nontheism[show] Naturalism[show] People[show] Books[show] Secularist organizations[show] Related topics[show] Irreligion by country v t e Irreligion (adjective form: non-religious or irreligious) is the absence, ..

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Sylvain Lévi Sylvain Lévi Born March 28, 1863 Paris, France Died October 30, 1935 (aged 72) Paris, France Scientific career Fields Sanskrit language, literature, Buddhism Institutions Collège de France Notable students Paul Demiéville, Paul Pelliot. Marcel Mauss Sylvain Lévi (March 28, 1863 – October 30, 1935) was an influential orientalist and indologist who taught Sanskrit and Indian religion at the École pratique des hautes études.[1][2] Lévi’s book Théâtre Indien is ..

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Pashupati Pashupati Lord of the Animals The Pashupati seal, showing a seated and possibly ithyphallic figure, surrounded by animals. Affiliation Incarnation of Shiva Region India and Nepal Part of a series on Shaivism Deities[show] Scriptures and texts[show] Philosophy[show] Practices[show] Schools[show] Scholars[show] Related[show] v t e Pashupati (Sanskrit Paśupati) is an incarnation of the Hindu god Shiva as “lord of the animals”. He is revered by Shaivites throughout the Hindu world, ..

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MTBF (mean time between failures) MTBF (mean time between failures) is a measure of how reliable a hardware product or component is. For most components, the measure is typically in thousands or even tens of thousands of hours between failures. For example, a hard disk drive may have a mean time between failures of 300,000 hours. A ..

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