Nexsan has announced the launch of the next generation E-Series P high-density storage solution. The new solution increases read performance 134% and write performance 116% over previous models. The storage system incorporates a hardware platform that is future-ready for additional field enhancements including planned on-going improvements. E-Series P enhances Nexsan’s proven 15-year history of delivering unrivaled enterprise-class features, functionality and reliability.
Designed to process heavy workloads with demanding applications, the E-Series P combines a next-generation controller that delivers twice the number of host interfaces, and a controller cache memory of 72GB per system. This allows the solution to deliver higher performance and greater capacity, essential for vertical markets relying on performance based applications such as media and entertainment, surveillance, government, healthcare and financial organisations.
Available in 4U/60 drive and 4U/48 drive configurations, the E-Series was architected to run in challenging environments. Its innovative designs include Anti-vibration Design and Cool Drive Technology for exceptional field reliability. E-Series P also supports Self-Encrypting Drives (SED) and Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) to meet compliance requirements and protect data at rest.
“Nexsan has again delivered on its tradition of storage innovation with the release of its new E-Series P storage system,” said Doug Cole, Principal, LH Computer Services. “Packing high performance, high density and enterprise-class features in efficient, cost effective arrays, Nexsan has just the right storage solution for any mission critical application.”
“The E-Series is a proven and widely adopted platform in many of the world’s most demanding data centres,” said Gary Watson, Founder and Vice President of Technical Engagement, Nexsan. “And now with these performance enhancements we have built a platform that future-proofs our customers for their changing environments.”
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