July 11, 2012, 02:35 PM
Overland Storage has released a pair of new SAN offerings; the SnapSAN 3000 for midrange businesses and the SnapSAN 5000 for the enterprise. Both systems are highlighted by features like thin provisioning, volume cloning, synchronous and asynchronous remote replication, snapshots and disk spin down for reduced power consumption. The SnapSAN 5000 offers additional performance, SSD integration for caching and policy-based tiering, and performance analysis, tuning and compliance tools.
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