Dell PowerVault MD3: up to 180 TB in a 4U rack

Storage arrays Dell PowerVault MD3 does not mégotent density, while the backup appliance leverages Dell DR4000 acquire Ocarina for deduplication.

To provide entry-level solution, but high density for storage consolidation, virtual environments and applications making extensive use of data, Dell xps m1330 battery offers a range of storage arrays PowerVault MD3.

Embedding the same functionality as the Dell inspiron 1464 battery PowerVault MD platform and the same applications, MD3 Series has a more compact design, which does not prevent him to board up to 60 SAS, Near-line SAS or SSD 2.5 or 3.5 inches, which can take place in a 4U rack and align up to 180 TB of data.
4U design optimizes energy consumption and cooling. The configuration can be expanded by adding up to 12U MD1200 or MD1220 2 extensions to a rack MD3, which then carries the maximum capacity to 180 drives and 540 TB of data.

A single or dual controllers can support up to 64 servers. The Dell inspiron 1764 battery connection is made by the protocol support Fibre Channel, SAS and iSCSI. Whereas, security, technology Dynamic Disk Pools (DDP) has also offers the ability to restore a disk faster than deficient in RAID environments.

Dell DR4000 backup appliance

The manufacturer has also announced an appliance for backup and restore Dell w953g DR4000, which integrates the capabilities of compression and deduplication from Dell’s acquisition of Ocarina Networks.

This type of deduplication appliance remote is presented as an opportunity to break away from the use of tape for data protection. It makes it possible to reduce the volume of gp952 data (with a ratio of 15:1) and therefore the disk space and bandwidth, which reduces the cost of WAN (Wide Area Network) and backup.

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