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IBM intros enterprise-class storage systems

Posted: 19 Sep 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:enterprise-class storage systems? disk drives?

IBM Corp. has unveiled a new unified primary and secondary storage offerings for the enterprise-class performance at an entry-level price point.

The IBM System Storage N3000 series systems, the N3300 and N3600, are designed to specifically help small and mid-sized customers centralize their storage in remote and branch offices, as well as increase performance and scalability by helping to consolidate fragmented application based storage in a single, easy to use infrastructure.

The systems provide high availability, backup and recovery features, including simple replication and disaster recovery designed to provide easy-to-deploy mirroring solutions that are tolerant of WAN interruptions. The single, integrated architecture is versatile, supporting current block I/O and file serving over Ethernet and Fibre Channel SAN infrastructures and SAS drive support.

The N3300 has a maximum physical capacity of 24.6Tbytes and the N3600 scales up to 69Tbytes by supporting up to 104 disk drives. The N3000 Series is compatible with the entire family of N series unified storage systems, which feature a comprehensive line-up of hardware and software designed to address a variety of possible deployment environments -- including IBM's recently introduced DS3000 and DS4000 lines.

The N3000 Series is currently available at $17,000 for the N3300 and $22,000 for the N3600.

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