STORServer Releases New Entry-Level Backup Appliances
Company also updates existing model lines with larger daily change rates.
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STORServer, a provider of data backup solutions for the mid-market, has released new and updated models of its appliance lines.
Two new entry-level Backup Appliances (BA) are designed for customers searching for a cost-conscious, fully automated, one-price solution.
The BA601 has 1.5 terabytes of storage pool built in and an optional 6 or 9 terabytes of internal storage allowable; it accepts up to 1 terabyte of daily changes. The BA701 has 4 terabytes of storage pool built in and an optional 10 or 15 terabytes of internal storage allowable; it will accept up to 2 terabytes of daily changes):
Both models allow for one base disk shelf and expansion shelves along with one optional tape library. Each uses either cost-effective base client and agent licensing or a capacity licensing option when a higher instance of machine licensing would be required. Both offer disaster recovery options that include another replicated appliance, remote tape or disk and cloud.
The company’s Consolidated Enterprise Backup Appliances (EBA) implement “green” M4 IBM servers and simplify configurations now have three times larger daily change-rate improvements and offer larger storage choices:
- EBA802: Designed for any office or data center (replaces the 801 and 851 models)
- EBA1202: Aimed at larger offices and data centers with remote branches (replaces the 1102 model)
- EBA2202: Targeted for organizations with up to 100 terabytes of data storage (replaces the 2102 and 2502 models).
- EBA3202: Sized for huge daily changes and very large storage needs (replaces the 3102 and 3501 models).
More information is available at www.storserver.com.