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Single Server Solution - Single Channel Connections

  • Single Channel provide a cost-effective way to expand your server need.

  • External RAID Storage Subsystem separate server and storage to provide better management.

  • External RAID protection provide against Hard Drive failure.

  • Simplifies server operation and maintenance by providing hot spare, auto rebuild, remote Web-based management.

  • Performance up to 320MB/s for SCSI and 4Gbps for Fibre Channel.

  • Storage sizes with up to 9TB for 2U model and 12TB for 3U model.

  • Supported RAID 0, 1, 1+0, 3, 5 and 6.

  • Note: Server equipped with SCSI/Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Controllers.

 

Single Server Solution - Dual Channel Connections

  • Dual Channel configuration offer performance upgrade over single channel connection.

  • Each Channel access individual RAID set, so that no data conflict or corruptions.

  • Each Channel will represent as a “Hard Drive Volume” to computer.

  • Operating System can Mirror/Strip these 2 volume to provide extra protection or performance.

  • Performance up to 320MB/s for SCSI and 4Gbps for Fibre Channel.

  • Storage sizes with up to 9TB for 2U model and 12TB for 3U model.

  • Supported RAID 0, 1, 1+0, 3, 5 and 6.

  • Note: Server equipped with Dual Channel SCSI/Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Controllers, or 2 Single Channel Card

 

Two Server Solution - Dual Channel Connections

  • External RAID storage shared by 2 server, with the same/different OS.

  • Each Server is using individual data channel to access individual RAID/Volume set, so that no data conflict or corruptions.

  • Performance up to 320MB/s for SCSI and 4Gbps for Fibre Channel.

  • Storage sizes with up to 9TB for 2U model and 12TB for 3U model.

  • Supported RAID 0, 1, 1+0, 3, 5 and 6.

  • Note: Each Server equipped with Single Channel SCSI/Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Controllers.

 

Two Server Solution - Clustering Solution

  • Clustering Configuration: 2 servers using the same volume.

  • Example Server application: Microsoft Enterprise Edition, MSCS (Microsoft Clustering Service), which offers Server/Application Clustering for Failover/Failback. With MSCS, one Server is designated as the active Server that has full access to the shared storage, while the other Server can see the volume but can not accessed to it until the active Server fails.

  • Example Video Applications: CFS (Clustering File System, such as TigerSAN) is to be installed on each computer sharing the volume. It automatically communicates in the background between each computer for the volume access operation over separate Local Area network (LAN), then the data is transferred over SAN or SCSI connection. In other words, the LAN is only used to exchange/pass metadata, the SAN/SCSI is actually used to access data on the Storage.

 
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