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The amount of high performance SAS drive storage scales with the number of employees while the high value, SATA drive storage scales with both time and the number of employees utilizing the system.
Moving to a dual-ported active-active SATA drive solution results in much higher performance than active- passive approaches (doubling the available FC bandwidth) and reduced system development costs.
Four drives within the X-SPAND can be isolated as high performance media storage and the G5 internal SATA drive as the boot drive.
5-inch, flash based solid state SATA drive is capable of storing up to 416GB of data and sustaining transfer rates of up to 100MB/sec, making it ideal for mobile computing, embedded and networked storage solutions.
A unique technology called Predictive Data Migration (PDM) can dramatically reduce the impact of SATA drive failures.
As the pioneer of ATA RAID and the first company to deliver a hot swap enclosure for ATA RAID environments, Promise has recognized the necessity of reliable SATA drive hot swap for server applications," said Sam Sirisena, vice president of sales and marketing worldwide, Promise Technology, Inc.
Users can easily plug a Maxtor SATA drive directly into a VT8237-enabled motherboard for single, SATA hard drive performance, or install two drives for a RAID 0 or RAID 1 configuration for a significant performance improvement or added data protection.
S2A SATAssure delivers lower rebuild times, increased reliability, improved data availability and optimal performance for massive SATA drive pools
The SS1350 device brings true active-active multiplexing to the SATA drive, resulting in much higher performance and reduced system development costs.
These issues preclude PMs from efficiently meeting the enterprise's demand for greater SATA drive scalability.
Each SATA drive in the FC4600 includes a SATA Interface Card, which provides these drives with the dual-link capability and switching functionality needed to achieve redundant I/O paths -- a requirement for enterprise-class storage systems.