JBOD


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JBOD

JBOD

(Just a Bunch Of Disks) An ordinary group of hard disks in a computer that are not set up in a RAID configuration.
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1 x 6G SAS (miniSAS SFF8088) JBOD expansion wide port
Each ESM features three 6Gb/s SAS ports, providing connectivity for two host devices and an expansion port to connect additional JBOD enclosures via SFF-8088 connections.
This flexibility extends to connectivity allowing a subsystem to interface with popular network storage topologies, simply by inserting the appropriate interface module for RAID and JBOD, Fibre Channel, SCSI or iSCSI, and copper or optical connectors.
provides OEMs the essential building blocks to create high availability, high performance, high density, highly scalable, and highly modular serial I/O storage subsystem solutions for RAID and JBOD deployment.
This ultimately allows the JBOD to be powered from two separate external AC power sources, further ensuring maximum system uptime.
This new line of XJ2000 JBOD series is designed for demanding network storage applications, including enterprise data center, video and data streaming, disk-to-disk backup, disaster management and ILM/IIM.
This Supermicro JBOD solution is ideal for large-scale storage solutions, especially in academic and governmental data centers.
FibreArray 2208, 2002 JBOD & FibreArray 2104 are available to order immediately.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- JMR Electronics, a leading manufacturer of data storage solutions offering the industry's widest selection of Fibre Channel, SATA and SCSI storage systems, today announced its release of the SumoSATA JBOD SATA storage solution for all Windows operating systems with a groundbreaking price of under $2000 per Terabyte.
Through implementing these loop switches in the JBOD, we'll be able to really pinpoint where a rogue drive actually resides and the drive can be more quickly diagnosed and more quickly serviced.
The VSC120 is ideal for Fibre Channel Disk Array, JBOD, RAID subsystem, switch and server designs where data availability, reliability, hardware redundancy and autonomous diagnostic support is required.