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IBM releases pair of new midrange storage servers

IBM Canada Ltd. today introduced two new midrange storage servers, which it says are designed for companies that re...


November 8, 2006  


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IBM Canada Ltd. today introduced two new midrange storage servers, which it says are designed for companies that require “hardened” infrastructures because of the industries they address or the data centre environments where the equipment is located.

The IBM System Storage DS4700 Express, Models 70-DC and 72-DC address requirements for companies in the telecommunications industry, as well as other segments, such as oil and gas. The new models, as well as the IBM System Storage DS4000 EXP810, are now Network Equipment Building System (NEBS) Level 3-compliant.

In addition, the systems can be powered from a 48-volt DC telecommunications industry-standard power source.