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SANs built using LeftHand's SAN/iQ(R) software are uniquely able to distribute and protect data across a cluster of industry-standard storage servers.
According to the company, the transtec NAS & iSCSI Storage Servers feature the new 45nm chips from Intel, the 10Gb Ethernet and the dual SAS and SATA mode.
Often both of these types of data are located on the same storage server, so configuring directory or file-level data movement rather than file-system level replication will serve the needs of all levels of data.
Small businesses now can afford enterprise back-up performance and reliability with the TigerStore SMB NAS Storage Servers powered by LSI NAS SoC," said Jasmin Tremblay, Director of Product Marketing for LSI NAS Solutions.
These storage servers are in effect purpose-built master controllers.
Key features and benefits of the PowerVault NX1950 with Microsoft Windows Unified Storage Server 2003:
It also said the Intel storage server and Emulex HBAs combined offer a scalable architecture powered by the quad-core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series.
Built on the Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 platform, the InteliNAS M Series offers greater dependability, seamless integration and reduced management and administrative workloads.
Hitachi TagmaStore Universal Storage Platform adds IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server Models 750, 800 and 800 turbo as supported storage, the company claims.
Physically consolidating storage in an IP SAN centralizes storage management, making it possible to manage one storage server or every storage server on the network from a single location.
2 is large file serving installations using clusters of servers running Windows Storage Server 2003 R2.
One such device is a scalable 10-gigabit-per-second iSCSI storage server controller (soon to be released by iStor Networks) that's designed to meet networked storage requirements, both internal and external.