Cepoint Networks, a provider of network equipment building systems (NEBS)-certified telecom platform deployment and enterprise storage systems, is now offering a storage solution that may be scaled to five petabytes without downtime or delayed deployment.
The Rx-8500 carrier grade telecom platform deployment solution is the newest generation of the company’s RX class storage systems Rx-8500, which is offered as a single 250 TB capacity storage solution, features fiber-channel, iSCSI, or eSATA /SAS (News - Alert) capabilities so customers can benefit from storage and real-time streaming of HDTV video as well as high-demand, multiple remote access capability.
The enterprise storage system supports RAID 0, 1, 1EE 3, 10, 5, 5EE, 6, 50, and 60. The configurable solution offers up to four parallel four Gbps I/O interfaces. It is deployable as a NAS, iSCSI SAN or Fiber-channel SAN or a basic DAS depending on required application needs.
With up to four parallel 4Gb/s I/O interface, the RX-8500 amplifies visualization by allowing balanced and efficient distributed I/O sharing without I/O bottle necks or compromising performance.
The telecom platform deployment solution can be used in virtually any real-time, mission-critical telecom platform deployment scenarios such as large scale VoIP, telephony and campus-wide data warehousing.
“IT managers and systems administrators must focus on compatibility issues of new systems with their current infrastructures and future growth requirements,” said Cepoint Spokesperson Rock Romeo, in a statement. “The Rx-8500 meets their concerns for forward migration as a unified re-configurable multi-tier enterprise storage solution for large scale and enterprise-wide storage solutions.”
Additionally, the HD/SDi video component of Rx-8500 is built into the unit to efficiently utilize HD video storage space without any sacrifice or degradation in video streaming quality. It is designed to meet the demand for 24x7 high-definition video, cloud computing, large scale video surveillance & other real-time mission-critical enterprise storage applications.
Edited by Jamie Epstein