Fujitsu Ships Flip-the-Switch Storage ApplianceBy Chris Preimesberger | Posted 2008-04-08 Email Print
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The company scales down its enterprise SAN to fit smaller data centers and makes it as easy to set up as any Windows-based server.
Fujitsu Computer Systems announced a new storage appliance for the midrange market April 7, one that contains much of the same hardware and software that makes up the company's high-end storage line.
Fujitsu's new Eternus 4000 Model 300 SAN Business Continuity appliance employs, on a much smaller scale, the company's trademark storage system, replication software, installation services and bandwidth, Dave Egan, the company's senior vice president for storage, told eWEEK.
The Eternus 4000 Model 300, the base model of which holds about 1TB of usable storage and can scale up to 90TB, was introduced at Storage Network World in Orlando, Fla.