Infotech Lead India: NetApp has updated its FAS midrange storage systems by launching the FAS3220 and FAS3250.
The new systems are designed for stringent SAN and NAS environments, claims NetApp.
Both the FAS3220 and FAS3250 are available now.
Both systems will be available through NetApp’s worldwide network of value-added authorized resellers, distributors, and systems integrators.
Enterprises and midsized businesses will benefit when they are consolidating operations onto a shared storage platform. They can improve performance by up to 80 percent and increase storage capacity up to 100 percent over existing midrange products.
Native support for high-speed, low-latency Flash and non disruptive operations provides organizations with the necessary foundation for an intelligent, immortal, and infinitely scalable agile data infrastructure.
“Most enterprises, despite uncertain economic conditions, continue to aggressively invest in technology leaders that can drive agility cost savings into their IT infrastructure,” said Brendon Howe, vice president, Product and Solutions Marketing, NetApp.
“Our new unified midrange products are optimized for both mission-critical SAN and NAS environments, leverage technologies such as Flash and clustered Data ONTAP® to address today’s performance and capacity needs and nonstop operations, and are architected to scale for future needs,” Howe added.
NetApp SAN solutions enable organizations to double storage utilization, cut storage spending in half, and boost productivity across the entire business.
Moreover, customers using NetApp SAN technology experience storage efficiency through thin provisioning and data deduplication of up to 50 percent or greater.
The FAS3220 and FAS3250 enable companies to reduce disk purchases by 50 percent through a superior set of storage efficiency features that apply to both primary and secondary storage.
Moreover, both the FAS3220 and FAS3250 systems are designed to boost application responsiveness and performance by leveraging NetApp’s powerful Flash technologies, all of which are designed to provide fully automated, virtual storage tiering.