Fujitsu’s new server ‘fastest’
Dubai, August 22, 2010
Fujitsu’s Eternus DX440 is not only the world’s fastest dual controller mid-range disk storage system, but also has the world’s best price/performance ratio, the company said.
With high-end enterprise features and multi-platform support, the speedy Eternus DX440 resolves IT administrators’ needs for high-performing storage while also capping costs, the statement added.
“Although server performance has increased a million-fold over the last 50 years, disk read-write rates are barely 100 times better – which is why we paid particular attention to maximizing disk performance when designing the Eternus DX range,” said Chandan Mehta, product manager for Fujitsu Technology Solutions.
“The results speak for themselves. The new world record, in addition to high-end enterprise-class features such as thin provisioning and remote replication between mid-range and enterprise systems, makes the Eternus DX440 a compelling choice,” he added.
Today’s data centers have to handle the demands of server virtualization, Cloud computing, growing numbers of users and ever-growing amounts of data that must be stored, backed-up and archived.
Unless storage systems are fast enough to cope then performance bottlenecks will occur – which underlines the importance of the Fujitsu Eternus DX440’s world record performance results, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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