05.11.2006 11:41 AM
New Vmirror provides mirrored data protection for Apple Xserve RAID

Vicom Systems introduced Vmirror, a new family of high-availability and data protection appliances for Apple Computer's Xserve RAID storage systems, at NAB2006.

Vmirror appliances deliver continuous, high-availability access and mirrored data protection for mission-critical as well as performance-critical environments, such as HD video broadcast and post-production.

Vmirror is a purpose-built, Fibre Channel appliance that routes and transparently mirrors data from any number of Apple hosts to Xserve RAID storage systems at Fibre Channel line speed. The appliance architecture is scalable.

The Vmirror appliance operates singly for continuous data protection and in multi-unit clusters for high availability operation with instant failover in the event of storage system outage. This prevents the interruption of the host system.

For more information, visit www.vicom.com.

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