The latest line of Dell’s storage servers. Dell has released a new line of storage servers to suit the needs of different offices. Check out the advantageous and features of these new server models and see how NAS servers can help your business manage data and facilitate your company’s file-sharing needs.
Storage server technology is a rapidly-growing (and changing) market. Also known as Network Attached Storage (NAS), these popular devices facilitate:
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Take a look at Dell’s latest line of storage servers. Each provides its own unique list of capabilities and uses. It is also a good idea to use data center storage services to maximize the performance of the server.
- Internal growth capacity of 36TB, using 12 data drives in a compact 2U chassis
- External growth capacity of 576TB
- Optional 450GB to 600GB SAS or 1TB/2TB/3TB near-line SAS
- Equipped with remote management through Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller
- ()iDRAC) and Dell OpenManage 6.1, including DMC (Dell Management Console), IT Assistant.
- Designed with Energy Smart technology to increase performance capability while reducing power consumption.
- Internal growth capacity of 4TB
- Single-Instant Storage (SIS), Distributed File System Replication (DFS-R)
- Built-in VSS snapshots for CIFS/NFS
- 2GB system memory and dual Gigabit network ports
- Linear Tape-open (LTO) tape or RD1000 backup systems.
- Specialized RAID controller and high-quality system components
- Capacity of 509TB
- Incorporates advance caching, load balancing and multithreading for fast I/O processing
- Includes future frameware , software licensing, and maintenance costs
- Capacity of 389TB
- Supports up to 192 SAS, NL SAS and SSD drive
- Built-in manager helps reduces the time required to create and manage multiple volumes and shares
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