AC&NC RAID JetStor SATA 416iS

Posted on September 16th, 2009.

AC&NC RAID JetStor SATA 416iS – RAID Data Recovery Services

JetStor SATA 416iS simplifies the storage process. This 16-bay RAID array delivers reliable data protection combined with the ease of use and compatibility advantage of iSCSI. Organizations can upgrade their storage system without upgrading their infrastructure. The iSCSI JetStor provides block-level storage across their existing network.

Built on the powerful Intel Xscale 64-bit RISC processor 400MHz CPU with 266MHz memory bus, parity-assist ASIC, iSCSI-assist engine, TCP Offload Engine (TOE), and completely cableless backplane-based design, the 416iS RAID array is engineered to meet stringent demands for continuous availability. The system offers storage capacities of 32TB in one small 3U enclosure. Its cableless design allows dual redundant hot-swappable power supplies with two independent power inputs, turbo cooling fans, and embedded RAID controller. It also reduces integration and service costs.

The advanced RAID 6 technology provides the highest level of data protection. It can effectively deal with multiple simultaneous drive failures without downtime or data loss. Full 48-bit ATA addressing standard support allows for up to 144 petabytes capacity per drive to be utilized in the RAID array. It also features built-in management Ethernet port that provides easy access to the Web-based GUI RAID Manager for configuration, management, and monitoring functions. Other features include built-in email event notification, support for SSH and SNMP, Host Access control per LUN and volume sharing with up to 16 host systems.

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