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siCluster NAS Scales Out at Under $1000 per Terabyte

Last week Scalable Informatics announced their siCluster NAS scale-out network attached storage product. According to the company’s CEO Joe Landman, siCluster NAS is a cost-effective scale-out NAS built out of their  siCluster products using Delta-V as the storage node, and GlusterFS v3.1+ as the storage network software. The siCluster NAS provides NFS, CIFS, and GlusterFS client access.

With up to 800MB/s bandwidth and a storage capacity ranging from 10 Tbytes to multiple Petabytes, the siCluster NAS has a notable list price of under $1,000 per Terabyte.

“We are excited to see GlusterFS integrated with a platform as strong as siCluster NAS,” said Jack O’Brien, vice president of marketing for Gluster. “Scalable Informatics has a proven track record of delivering high quality commercial storage solutions to a market clearly demanding scale-out storage to meet today’s needs. We look forward to working further with the Scalable Informatics team in support of this tremendous growth opportunity.”

Read more at insideHPC

 

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