Storage Web Digest: Z-Force Switch Boosts NAS Scalability
New ZX-1000 File Switch lets network attached storage scale incrementally.
Enterprise StorageZ-Force Switch Boosts NAS Scalability Z-force Inc. this week announced availability of its ZX-1000 File Switch, a new network node that enables the creation of a scalable Common Internet File System architecture. Z-forces File Switch sits at the heart of an architecture called a NAS Arrayenabling an unlimited number of industry-standard, off-the-shelf NAS devices to be aggregated into a single high-performance storage network. Based on industry-standard components, the ZX-1000 File Switch enables network attached storage to scale incrementally, from as little as 500GB to over 1.5 petabytes in a single file system, while delivering from 190MB per second to over 3GB per second of bandwidth.
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Storage BusinessStorability Snaps Up Key Storage Assets Storability Software Inc. this week announced its acquisition of the assets of ProvisionSoft Inc.s resource management software application, continuing the consolidation trend in the industry while affirming the sectors interest in enterprise management software. Storability, a provider of storage resource management software, bought the DynamicIT line of the former start-up for an undisclosed amount. The Southborough, Mass.-based outfit said the buy adds advanced workflow automation and provisioning technology to its flagship Global Storage Manager enterprise storage resource management product. Read the full story on:InternetNews.com