08.26.2005 04:12 PM
StorageTek announces new disk storage subsystem


The FlexLine V-Series system
StorageTek has unveiled the newest entry in its FlexLine V-Series shared virtual array (SVA) disk storage family — the V2X4f for mainframe environments

The new V2X4f offers twice the capacity and up to 40 percent improvement in workload and response time performance over the existing V2Xf model.

The FlexLine V-Series system can store, protect and manage large volumes of data while reducing total cost of ownership. With its virtual technology, self-management and performance tuning capabilities, StorageTek’s SVA enables customers to replicate data much faster, with more copies and up to 60 percent less physical disk requirement than other traditional storage solutions.

For more information, visit www.storagetek.com.

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