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Dot Hill gives Fibre Channel arrays DC power option

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Dot Hill gives DC power option to Fibre Channel storage arrays
Dot Hill Systems Corp. has made Direct Current (DC) power supplies available with its 5730 Fibre Channel storage arrays. The option allows users to use DC power for more energy efficiency and lower costs in the data center and remote environments. The 5730 with DC power is now shipping starting at $32,000.


Virtual Machine edition of Exanodes software creates virtual SANs

The most recent version of Exanodes software from Seanodes is a Virtual Machine edition that creates a virtual SAN to provide server virtualization. The software, features self-healing capabilities and can rebuild a 1 TB disk in less than 40minutes. Exanodes starts at $500 per TB.

Sepaton launches VTL with stronger dedupe performance
Sepaton has enhanced the data deduplication capabilities in its latest virtual tape library. The S2100-ES2 series 1000 VTL includes DeltaStor V5.0 software, which allows users to add data protection applications such as remote replication and data deduplication. Using 1 TB drives, the VTL can store 1.6 PB of usable data while reducing the space required to store that data by as much as 50:1 Users can back up and restore data at 34.5 TB/hour. Pricing for the VTL starts at $69,000 for 10 TB usable.

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