1Storage Networking World
Copan’s Renee Rogge (left) and Paul Hicks (right) show off the companys new pluggable disk array. The device slides into a larger enclosure and holds 14 drives. Only a portion of the installed spindles are powered up at one time.
2Storage Networking World – The Copan Enclosure
Each of the 32 array devices you see in this photo is carrying 14 disk drives. Copan calls this a MAID, which means “Massive Array of Idle Disks.” The company said that its designed for massive data repositories.
3Storage Networking World – Part of a Trend
Intransas IP storage solutions are one answer to a rapidly growing demand for devices that can be managed by your existing IT staff. These devices are designed for easy expansion.
4Storage Networking World – Virtually There
3PARdata shows off its virtual storage infrastructure. The company uses highly tiered virtual storage to give customers the performance and flexibility they need. A company representative said you can order these appliances in colors other than yellow. On
5Storage Networking World – Secure Storage
Thales e-Security makes security appliances that can protect and encrypt stored data and data in transit. The DataCryptor is designed for low latency and high speeds.
6Storage Networking World – OEM Storage
Rasilient Systems makes enterprise-class storage devices. The devices show up in the market throughout the channel, but probably not with the Rasilient name.
7Storage Networking World – Consumer Tech Moves Up
Netgear is showing a new line of storage solutions aimed at small and midsize enterprises. While the companys products were originally aimed at users, the new line is targeted at business users who cant afford (or dont want to afford) high-end enterpri
8Storage Networking World – Swag Stand
Xiotech shows its Magnitude series of storage appliances. In this case, the appliance rack doubles as a stand for attendee giveaways. Xiotech provides data protection and archiving along with data storage and data discovery support.
9Storage Networking World – New Appliances
Longtime controller maker Adaptec shows its line of storage appliances. The company bought Snap a few years ago and now includes its own software in the devices. Shown here are two 700-series iSCSI devices and a 600 series NAS (network-attached storage) d
10Storage Networking World – Flash in the Pan
RamSan 400 from Texas Memory System uses flash memory in a massive cache. By using flash memory for extremely fast storage, the company claims the RamSan is the fastest storage appliance available. While its not the only solid-state storage appliance, it
11Storage Networking World – VAR Storage
iStor Networks makes a line of storage appliances for the channel, including the iS325, shown here. The company specializes in block-based RAID devices.
12Storage Networking World – Promises, Promises
Promise Technology is showing its new line of RAID-based appliances. The company has been making storage products for nearly two decades, and the new appliances support both SAS and SATA.
13Storage Networking World – Storage Sumo
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies brings some weight into the ring as it introduces its new line of UltraStor hard disks featuring higher performance and capacity in a smaller size.
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