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Xserve RAID Missing Following Xsan 2 Launch

Xserve RAID Missing Following Xsan 2 Launch

by , 9:55 AM EST, February 19th, 2008

Apple's Xserve RAID quietly and unceremoniously disappeared from the company's Web site and online store following the launch of Xsan 2 on Tuesday. Xserve RAID was Apple's enterprise-level RAID storage system designed to work with the Xserve and other server-grade systems.

The Xserve RAID page on Apple's Web site now redirects to a server storage page, and although a search for Xserve RAID at the Apple Store shows a link to a product page, clicking through to the page returns a warning that the product is currently unavailable.

Apple representatives were not available to confirm that the Xserve RAID is now a discontinued product.

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