AC&NC RAID JetStor SATA 516F

Posted on September 16th, 2009.

AC&NC RAID JetStor SATA 516F – RAID Data Recovery Services

JetStor SATA Model 516F is a 16-bay RAID array based on the 5th generation RAID controller architecture. It combines high-density SATA drives with 4Gbit/sec fiber host channels to offer rapid, uninterrupted access to high-bandwidth applications such as video editing, digital imaging, etc. The solution can handle uncompressed 1080i high-definition video stream. JetStor SATA 516F RAID is powered by PowerPC RISC processor for faster I/O operations. It features parity-assist ASIC and offers unparalleled storage flexibility, higher levels of data availability, and storage capacity of almost 32TB in one small 3U enclosure.

JetStor SATA Model 516F is a completely cableless backplane-based design, the result of which is low service and integration costs. The system is provided with two redundant hot-swappable power supplies with two independent power inputs, turbo cooling fans, and embedded RAID controller. It is supported by a RAID architecture featuring the 64-bit RISC PowerPC 440SP storage processor offering up to 2150 Mb/sec internal bandwidth and 266 MHz PCI-X 2.0 interface to the backplane. Exclusive Advanced Data Sentry technology (RAID 6) provides the highest level of data protection. With this feature, the system can handle multiple simultaneous drive failures 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.

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