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As far as cost is concerned, SAS specifications allow users the flexibility to create a large-scale disk array by using SAS or SATA hard disks at comparatively lower cost.
Tiered architectures, which are focused around archiving and data protection, start with high performance/capacity disk arrays at the top level.
HP will provide future support for the HP StorageWorks MSA1500 disk array, supporting either SCSI or low-cost Serial ATA disk enclosures behind a single controller shelf.
Physical objects include disk arrays, switches, HBAs, etc.
VideoRaid XTRM disk arrays can be SAN attached for installations requiring storage in the hundreds of TB.
Shopping for a RAID disk array can be simple once you know what you really need and understand what the technology actually can offer you.
StreamRAID 48 disk arrays feature SATA to 2-Gbit fibre channel RAID technology and provide fully redundant, 24/7 operation for broadcast/VOD and nearline applications including remote backup, document/email archiving, data management and disaster recovery at a fraction of the cost of SCSI or fibre channel-based systems.
As disk drives get faster and faster, so will the RAID disk array.
To address this increased performance, Fibre Channel disk drives implement a new method for calculating XOR data in a disk array.
VideoRaid FCR2 is a 5-drive desktop disk array with a high performance 2-Gbit fibre channel interface and useable storage capacities to 1 TB.
VideoRaid FCR2 is a compact 5-drive desktop disk array with a high performance 2-Gbit fibre channel interface and useable storage capacities to 1 TB.
Addonics Technologies today announced a combination 4-drive Serial ATA (SATA) disk array and companion 4-Port RAID controller, which makes integrating high-speed SATA RAID technology an easy and cost-effective option for any PC-compatible system.