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December 18, 2008
An innovative unified flexible storage solution with speeds up to 2GB/s and scalability up to 576TB
BANGALORE, India, Dec. 18 -- Netweb Technologies, a server, storage and HPC solutions provider, announces FS2, the next generation unified flexible storage solution, which is an innovative initiative in the storage market and bound to revolutionize the traditional SAN and NAS market.
FS2 unifies the NAS and SAN in one box, providing user flexibility on the amount they require using the solution as a NAS or SAN, or both. The FS2's additional strength is its I/O unification, starting from gigabit Ethernet to 10 Gigabit Ethernet to Fibre Channel to (10/20/40Gb/s) InfiniBand, in combination, or all. FS2 provides scalability from a few TB to 576TB and offers transfer speeds up to 2GB/s when used with InfiniBand, while maintaining compatibility with Fibre-channel, to support legacy infrastructure.
"These are troubling times, and in such times we require products and solutions to meet customer demands in such a way that the product does multiple things, offers multiple configurations, gives superb performance, and above all, should not hurt the pocket. We have designed this product taking consideration of all these parameters" said Sanjay Lodha, CEO of Netweb Technologies. "We have to thank our R&D team and our partners in technology like Mellanox Technologies, a world leader in interconnect solutions, for their continuous involvement in development of FS2," added Lodha.
"InfiniBand's industry-leading 40Gb/s performance, reliability, and QoS features can lower capital expenses and operating costs, making it the right choice for storage and fabric consolidation," said Wayne Augsburger, vice president of business development at Mellanox Technologies. "The 40Gb/s InfiniBand-based FS2 from NetWeb can reduce power consumption and lower total cost of ownership for data centers while providing real world customer advantages such as increased application performance, reduced backup times, and greater system consolidation."
About Netweb Technologies
Netweb Technologies is a server, storage and HPC provider based in India, headquartered in New Delhi and having offices all across the country. It recently started operations in Singapore for international marketing of its products and solution and plans to add up more offices and partners at other international locations soon. For more information on Netweb, visit www.netwebindia.com. For more information on products, visit www.tyronesystems.com/fs2 or call +91-80-41146565.
Source: Netweb Technologies
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