Hardware Thread, New SAN with Free Replication in Technical; Overland Storage is currently running a great promotion on one of their brilliant SAN solutions, the S1000. Purchase an eligible ...
1st May 2013, 05:26 PM #1
New SAN with Free Replication
Overland Storage is currently running a great promotion on one of their brilliant SAN solutions, the S1000. Purchase an eligible S1000 and get the replication license for free.
This solution is really well worth a look if you’re looking for a new SAN solution, and with the free replication it gives you a little added bonus.
Please send me a PM for more information, the pricing may surprise you
About the SnapSAN S1000
Non-stop Storage Services for the Most Demanding Applications
The SnapSAN S1000 modular storage array is an ideal platform for providing non-stop storage services to the most demanding applications. Designed for high availability, the S1000 combines advanced data protection features and proven reliability with flexible host connectivity to ensure that it will integrate into any storage environment, right out of the box. Installation and management are simple and straight-forward with your choice of single or dual controllers; iSCSI, Fibre Channel, or SAS connectivity, and the ability to scale to 240TB. The SnapSAN S1000 delivers the perfect balance of price, performance, availability, and features to meet your business’s needs.
The S1000 meets the critical needs for every business, providing an affordable, scalable and easy to manage solution without sacrificing performance or flexibility.
With This Product You Can...
• Deploy a modular storage solution with iSCSI, FC or SAS host connections
• Provision cost effective SAN storage for Windows, VMware, Linux, UNIX and Mac OS X
• Provides fully redundant 99.999% high availability with hot-swappable components
• Scale to 240TB with the addition of the SnapSAN Expansions
1st May 2013, 08:04 PM #2
Oooh shiny! Has Mark told you about the free one he's giving me
1st May 2013, 09:39 PM #3
Haha no he hasnt. He has kept that one quiet!
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