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ADTX Partners with StoreAge Networking TechnologiesTo Show Low Cost, Full Featured Fibre Channel to SATA RAID System (May 24, 2004)
Advanced Technology and Systems Co., Ltd. (ADTX), a leading provider of reliable and affordable high performance computer storage, teams up with StoreAge Networking Technologies, an innovator in enterprise SAN storage management and data protection solutions, to display a recently introduced fibre channel to SATA solution. This RAID system combines a 2 Gb Fibre Channel interface with the breakthrough technology of Serial ATA (SATA) and state-of-the-art ADTX-specific features to create a cost effective solution for Storage Area Networks (SAN).
ADTX L Series RAID systems are produced in both a Standard Performance and a High Performance version. Standard Performance has throughput speeds of a typical SATA based RAID systems while still retaining all L Series features.
The High Performance model uses high speed RAM and a specially designed parity generating co-processor that provides throughput speeds that are much higher. The throughput is high enough in some applications to replace SCSI or Fibre Channel drive based RAID systems.
"Our L Series RAID array is one of the best values on the market," said Naresh Chadha, ADTX President of U.S. and European Operations. "The L Series is designed to be a cost effective solution for Storage Area Network applications that require additional storage for an existing SAN, disk to disk/virtual tape back up for other RAID systems or for a company's first centralized storage installation."
L Series RAID systems have current storage capacities up to 3.75 terabytes, are available in dual active/active or single controller configurations with two active ports per controller and are priced competitively. All models are now shipping. Further information can be found on the ADTX web site at http://www.adtx.com/us and by calling 949-583-2993.
StoreAge Networking Technologies will be exhibiting the ADTX L Series RAID during caworld(sm) 2004 at booth #1031/1033 in Las Vegas, Nevada May 23-27
About StoreAge Networking Technologies
StoreAge Networking Technologies is an innovative developer and provider of enterprise storage management solutions that centralize and simplify storage network administration. StoreAge network-based solutions provide a uniform, SAN-wide method for provisioning storage, ensuring business continuity, enabling cost-effective disaster recovery, and centrally managing cross-platform, multi-vendor storage environments. StoreAge's flagship product, SVM(TM) (Storage Virtualization Manager), has been successfully deployed worldwide, gaining exceptional success in managing storage in a wide variety of application environments including databases, OLTP, e-mail, ERP, CRM, video and many others. StoreAge offers worldwide sales, support and service, with principal offices in Irvine, CA and Nesher, Israel, and is a privately held company spun-off from IIS Intelligent Information Systems (IISLF.OB) in 1999. For additional information, visit the StoreAge website at www.store-age.com or contact the company at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Advanced Technology and Systems Co., Ltd. (ADTX)
ADTX, headquartered in Yokohama, Japan with U.S. and European operations located in Irvine, Calif., is a leader in the development and manufacturing of high quality and affordable data storage products such as RAID systems, multimedia data storage and mirror drives. ADTX's SATA RAID systems offer the "best in the class" certified high-definition video storage products in SCSI or fibre channel SAN solutions. Development and manufacturing of the products provided started over 10 years ago with one of the first IDE / ATA based RAID systems to be introduced. ADTX has grown to become publicly traded on NASDAQ Japan with over 200 employees worldwide and 2003 sales of almost $100 Million. For further information, visit http://www.adtx.com/us or call 949-583-2993.
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