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Apple Introduces Xsan 2

Apple Introduces Xsan 2

by , 8:50 AM EST, February 19th, 2008

Apple announced the immediate availability of Xsan 2 on Tuesday. The new version of the enterprise-class Storage Area Network system added the ability to access multiple SAN systems from a single workstation through its new MulitSAN feature, and requires Mac OS X 10.5.


Xsan 2

Xsan 2 is also qualified for use with third-party RAID solutions including solutions from Promise Technology. Administrators can also pre-set volume workload settings to improve file streaming, and it intelligently handles different file types.

Xsan 2 is priced at US$999 per node.

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