Iomega Intros 48 TB Network Storage Array

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Iomega Intros 48 TB Network Storage ArrayIomega Intros 48 TB Network Storage Array

EMC subsidiary Iomega announced the px12-400r network storage array with capacities ranging from 4 TB to 48 TB this week.

The 2U server is powered by a 3.3 GHz Core i3-3220 Ivy Bridge processor, and comes with 4 GB DDR3 memory, as well as interfaces for iSCSI and USB 2.0. The maximum power consumption is rated at 200 watts with up to 12 SATA-II HDDs.

According to Iomega, the servers are offered with built-in McAfee VirusScan Enterprise as well as EMC's Atmos Cloud Connector and Avamar data deduplication by default. Target application areas include production data stores, server virtualization, backup-to-disk target and video surveillance.

Pricing starts at $4,700 for the server without any hard drives and tops out at $13,500 for a fully decked out 48 TB system with 12 4 TB HDDs.


Wolfgang GruenerWolfgang GruenerWolfgang Gruener is a contributor to Tom's IT Pro. He is currently principal analyst at Ndicio Research, a market analysis firm that focuses on cloud computing and disruptive technologies, and maintains the conceivablytech.com blog. An 18-year veteran in IT journalism and market research, he previously published TG Daily and was managing editor of Tom's Hardware news, which he grew from a link collection in the early 2000s into one of the most comprehensive and trusted technology news sources.

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