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At CeBIT 2012: EonStor DS faster than ever
EUROstor presents the new Infortrend RAID systems of Generation G7
EUROstor provides these systems completely configurated and equipped according to the customer's specifications, with on-site installation at request.
At this year's CeBIT the new generation of EonStor DS systems is introduced with controllers featuring even higher performance, which are capable of reading up to 5000 MB/s and writing 3000 MB/s in active/active operation via four 8 Gbit fibre channel ports each.
An especially high I/O throughput due to extremely efficient processors optimizes the system even for highly frequented databases.
These systems also allow an expansion of up to 240 hard disks per system.
At CeBIT 2012 EUROstor will present a fibre channel system of the G7 series featuring 16 hard disks and dual controller.
Moreover, at this year's CeBIT, EUROstor will also present the following:
Top loader RAID systems with up to 64 hard disks in 4 units, ES-8700 iSCSI/NFS clusters on the basis of Open-E DSS V6, ES-2800 iSCSI/NAS servers with NexentaStor software and ZFS file system, as well as iSCSI SAN solutions with 10 Gbit Ethernet switches by Netgear.
"CeBIT always offers a good opportunity to get a first-hand impression of new products. At our stand visitors may personally see the new RAID in operation and get a positive impression of its performance." says Franz Bochtler, president of EUROstor. "And, of course, customers will be able to see not only this RAID, but also the ES-8700 iSCSI/NFS cluster with Open-E DSS V6, as well as the Nexenta-based ES-2800 storage appliance among others."
The total price for the ESDS-S16F-G2850, for example as a single controller system equipped with 16 x 1 TB Nearline hard disks and four 8 Gbit fibre channel ports, amounts to € 8913.10 including VAT (€ 7490.00 without VAT).
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