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November 19, 2010

Dot Hill launches AssuredSAN 3320, 3330 storage arrays

Controller configuration with support data rates of 1Gbps iSCSI

By CBR Staff Writer

Dot Hill Systems, a provider of unified virtual storage and SAN storage offerings, has launched its AssuredSAN 3320 and 3330 four-port 1Gb iSCSI storage arrays.

The new storage arrays feature Dot Hill’s controllers delivering four ports of iSCSI over Gigabit Ethernet in each controller, for a total of eight ports.

With more iSCSI ports, these arrays can improve data access for virtual server environments, as well as support high capacity applications. iSCSI storage capability enables data centres to keep pace with expanding bandwidth demands.

The new product is available in a dual or single RAID controller configuration, the 3320 and 3330 support data rates of 1Gb/sec iSCSI, providing powerful storage for most common iSCSI infrastructures.

The AssuredSAN series also features data-in-place migration, allowing users to install any of the 3000 Series controllers into an existing Dot Hill array and recognise the data sets already established on the storage arrays.

Dot Hill Systems senior director of marketing Jim Jonez said the AssuredSAN 3320 and 3330 are ideal SAN storage options for IT managers deploying iSCSI over Ethernet, because these new systems feature performance improvements and expanded iSCSI interface connectivity, allowing more server attaches.

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"These systems enable administrators to further leverage their Ethernet investments, take advantage of convergence opportunities, and satisfy stringent data performance and capacity demands," Jonez said.

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