December 17, 2009
Here’s what storage expert Jim Addlesberger had to say about the Voyager IP SAN in his recent blog post:
In direct competition with Equallogic the Voyager IP SANs are designed to offer active/active controllers, improved redundancy, high-availability and fast performance – at a lower price point. Using high-performance storage interconnects, the Voyager product family is designed for enterprise environments looking for a versatile SAN for primary and secondary storage applications.
With support for SAS, SATA, and SSD drives for online transaction processing, database, email, disk based archives, disk to disk backup, virtual servers and other core applications. The cornerstone of the Voyager is their storage virtualization engine, which offers quad-core processing power, dedicated iSCSI Cache, and our StoneFusion storage management operating system.
Don’t believe us, read what Reuters had to say in March of 2009. And at 10Gb speeds the Voyager is a screamer.
Speaking of 10GB you should let us tell you about H3C a division of 3COM. Combining the Voyager and H3C’s 10GB switches gives you a very economical, performing and secure solution.
The Voyager not only supports 10GB but also Solid State drives as well.
Allow us to arrange an informative conference call to tell you more.
For more information about the Voyager, sign up for our Wednesday webinar.
December 10, 2009
We just announced that the Voyager, our highest performing IP SAN appliance, achieved “Solaris™ Ready” certification with Sun’s Solaris 10 Operating System (OS) on SPARC® and x64/x86 platforms.
Voyager joins other Solaris Ready certified StoneFly IP SANs such as the Integrated Storage Concentrator (ISC) and OptiSAN product lines. With StoneFly’s complete line of IP SAN products supporting Solaris 10, our customers now have a wide range of storage systems to utilize with a proven, industry-leading operating system. To read more about our new Solaris Ready certification, check out the news release.
December 2, 2009
- Do you have an existing analog CCTV surveillance system that you want to improve or expand?
- Are you looking to break into IP Surveillance solutions?
- Are you ready to simplify your deployments with a single surveillance platform?
If so, sign up for our “Hybrid Surveillance – The Best of Both Worlds“ webinar on Tuesday, December 15th – to get the direction and answers you need.
We will provide an in-depth overview of analog and network-based systems, hybrid surveillance, and how to choose the right configuration, teaching you how to maintain your current investment and gain all of the benefits of an IP-based surveillance system.
Click here to sign up for this informative webinar.