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FlashDisk OpenRAID Stores 1.45 Terabytes

FlashDisk OpenRAID Stores 1.45 Terabytes

Tuesday Apr 17th 2001 by Jennifer MacAdam

FlashDisk OpenRAID uses 181 GB disk drives to provide 1.45 TB of storage

Winchester Systems this week introduced its ultra-high performance FlashDisk OpenRAID, which uses 181 GB disk drives to provide 1.45 TB of storage in a single enclosure.

According to Winchester Systems, FlashDisk OpenRAID models using 181 GB disk drives are designed for the most storage hungry applications including data warehousing, data acquisition systems, near-line storage replacements, decision support systems, video and audio applications plus major e-commerce, financial, manufacturing and database applications.

Joel Leider, Winchester Systems CEO, said, "The terabyte barrier in a single box has been broken and now IT managers can store virtually all needed information on-line at or lower than the cost of near line storage. At under 4 cents per MB for high speed, on-line storage, it makes optical jukeboxes obsolete."

Each FlashDisk OpenRAID unit holds 8 half-height disk drives of 181 GB each. The FlashDisk 82" high Data Center Cabinet will hold 9 rackmount units plus a UPS to store over 13 TB six square feet of floor space.

FlashDisk OpenRAID models are available in rackmount and pedestal configurations. A 1.45 TB FlashDisk OpenRAID unit with 8 disk drives of 181 GB each is priced at $53,943 including cables and UPS. Delivery time is three weeks.

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