Definitions for "RAID 10"
RAID 10 is a mirroring technique in which data is duplicated across two identical RAID 0 arrays or hard-disk drives. All data on a physical drive in one array is duplicated, or mirrored, on a drive in the second array. Mirroring offers complete redundancy of data for greater data security. See also mirroring, RAID 1, and striping.
Striped array (RAID 0) of mirrored sets (RAID 1).
Striped array of mirroring.