IceWEB (News - Alert), Inc., a provider of unified data storage appliances for cloud and virtual environments, has recently launched IceWEB 6500. This offering simplify the management and efficiency of data center environments by providing all-inclusive storage for both block and file data across multiple protocols including email hosting platform Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange, SQL Server and Oracle databases, as well as unstructured data such as scanned images, files, videos, pictures, graphics, and voice.
"The IceWEB 6500 is far more than just an addition to our product lineup. It's full-tilt clustered storage at eye-popping low prices. The IceWEB 6500 offers simplicity, scalability, flexibility and advanced Integration. While that may just sound like a list of features, and it is; it's a list of highly advanced features found only in unified storage systems that cost orders of magnitude more than the IceWEB 6500,” said Rob Howe, CEO, IceWEB, in a statement.
“That translates into massive savings for our customers who desperately need professional-level solutions to solve their storage requirements while they deal with frozen or fast-shrinking budgets,” Howe added.
Rather than just another new product from IceWEB, this robust offering powers an astounding amount of value for customers at a time when they really need it to make better business decisions. Some of its most robust capabilities include: entry-level clustered storage; scalability; flexibility and simplicity. Also, advanced integration can be done with ease as the system seamlessly integrates with all of the most popular storage protocols such as CIFS, NFS, FTP, iSCSI, and FC.
In addition, the email hosting provider can give customers access to private cloud failover functionality through the use of snapshots and off-site replication.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein