Posted on September 16th, 2009.

AC&NC RAID JetStor SATA 412S – RAID Data Recovery Services

JetStor SATA 412S is engineered to meet the stringent demands of continuous data availability in mission critical business applications. 412S delivers reliable data protection with the support of Ultra320 SCSI. It is built on the powerful 400MHz 64-bit RISC processor 400MHz CPU with 266MHz memory bus that yields blazingly fast I/O operations.

The parity-assist ASIC and completely cableless backplane-based designs ensure lower integration and service costs. The dual redundant hot-swappable power supplies with two independent power inputs, turbo cooling fans, and embedded RAID controller result in an energy-efficient storage model that is demanded by all businesses of today. The system offers storage capacities reaching 24TB in one small 2U enclosure. JetStor SATA 412S RAID finds special application in datacenters where storage flexibility and data availability are critical. Further, the system simplifies configuration and management, while securing maximum investment protection to support future growth.

Advanced Data Sentry technology (RAID 6) ensures the highest level of data protection. With this feature, multiple simultaneous drive failures can be tolerated without downtime or data loss. Other important features include Array Roaming that enables administrators to move a complete raid set to another system without losing RAID configuration and data on that raid set and Redundant Flash Image that provides an extra layer of protection against the firmware image corruption. Full 48-bit ATA addressing standard support allows for up to 144 petabytes capacity per drive to be utilized in the RAID array. SNMP supported.

Ensuring disk safety is crucial in mission critical applications. In the event of any disk failure, WeRecoverData can be approached for the custom data recovery solutions.

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