Compellent Offers Open Source Network-Attached Storage SystemBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2010-04-28 Email Print
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Compellent's launced the first network attached storage system to be based on the open-source Zettabyte File SystemCompellent, a progressive-thinking data storage company that was an early mover to the idea of providing unified connectivity, on April 27 launched the first network-attached system based entirely on the open-source Zettabyte File System.
The 128-bit ZFS, which numerous storage network developers have described as extraordinarily fast, is an in-demand open-source software package for handling unstructured data in any type of block, file or drive as a virtualized single pool of storage.