BlueArc Titan's modular network-attached storage architecture allows for incremental upgrades.
BlueArc Corp. this week unveiled its Titan SiliconServer, a
network-attached storage (NAS) server that can grow up to 256TB and pipe
data up to 20Gbps. Titans modular architecture, which takes the form of
a thin blade, allows for incremental upgrades and integrates with
BlueArcs Silicon Information Network, a management framework that offers
a single access point for storage assets in a business regardless of where
they reside on a network.
According to Arun Taneja, founder of storage
research firm Taneja Group, Titan affords BlueArc the opportunity to carve
out market share in a space dominated by EMC Corp. and Network Appliance
Inc. because it also does single image storage, such as purchase orders or
smaller files, associated with bank transactions.
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