|By Business Wire||
|December 3, 2012 08:32 AM EST||
IceWEB, Inc. (OTC:IWEB) a leading provider of Unified Data Storage appliances for cloud and virtual environments, today announced the launch of the IceWEB 6500.
The IceWEB 6500 unified data system simplifies the management and efficiency of data center environments by providing all-inclusive storage for both block and file data across multiple protocols including Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server and Oracle databases, virtualized environments as well as unstructured data such as scanned images, files, videos, pictures, graphics, and voice – on IceWEB’s single enterprise-class platform. Visit http://www.iceweb.com/Products/6500-Unified-Storage-System.aspx for more information on the IceWEB 6500.
Rob Howe, IceWEB CEO said, “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. 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. So this is not just another new product from IceWEB; this is an astounding amount of value for our customers at a time when they really need it that makes good business sense.”
Top 5 reasons to buy the IceWEB 6500 :
1. Entry-level clustered storage – provides an affordable entry point for customers who want unified storage with the security of high availability
2. Scalability – provides an excellent starting for today’s growing data infrastructures. System will scale to 100’s of TB behind a single pair of controllers without sacrificing performance.
3. Flexibility – provides 8x1GB network interfaces and the ability to setup dual-active cluster nodes to leverage the processing power of both cluster nodes simultaneously
4. Simplicity – Existing customers can use the current management interface to administer the 6500 with no re-training required. For new customers, the GUI represents a simple, easy-to-use, single-pane-of-glass interface allowing easy administration and provisioning capabilities.
5. Advanced Integration – the system integrates with all of the most popular storage protocols, including CIFS, NFS, FTP, iSCSI, and FC. In addition, IceWEB can provide customers with private cloud failover functionality through the use of snapshots and off-site replication.
a. Backup Application – IceWEB natively integrates with backup protocols, like NDMP, to provide robust backup solutions to customers. We recommend the use of Novastor Business Essentials for customers with desktop and application server backup requirements.
b. Virtualization – IceWEB supports virtualization technologies using of iSCSI and NFS for many of the popular virtualization platforms.
c. Disaster Recovery (private cloud) – IceWEB products enable customers to setup High Availability and site-level failover through our advanced replication technology.
IceWEB manufactures award-winning, high performance unified data storage appliances with enterprise storage management capabilities at a fraction of the price of traditional providers, while reducing space, power and cooling requirements and simplifying storage management for land-based, virtual and cloud environments. For more information please call 800-465-4637 or visit www.IceWEB.com. To become part of the Company's e-mail list for industry updates and press releases, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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