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Storage Vendors Cut Costs With Open Source

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Two data storage vendors are out with new products this week that they claim can save users a bundle over more traditional storage systems.

Nexenta and ParaScale both use open source software and commodity hardware to lower storage costs for enterprises.

Nexenta uses Sun's ZFS file system and x86 servers to create enterprise-class storage, while ParaScale uses Linux and commodity hardware to create a "private cloud" of tier 2 file storage...

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