IBM launches mid-range storage appliance

IBM has unveiled a new storage device to boost its mid-range product line-up.

IBM has unveiled a new storage device to boost its mid-range product line-up.

The DS4800 can support up to 67Tbytes of data and supports IBM’s just upgraded San Volume Controller, which now supports up to 256 hosts.

The DS4800 is equipped with data failover, an alert system for problems, and a second Ethernet port for diagnostics. 

The new appliance has a starting price of £29,000, and the San Volume Controller version 2.1.1 costs from £24,000.

HP will launch around ten new storage products in Las Vegas next week.

 

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