|Data Sheet||Description||Host Interface||Specifications
|Serial or Fast and wide SCSI bus to Extender up to 20 Kilometers||Vault, CD, Tape or Disk||Typical Config. Chart|
Capacity ranges rom 2GB to 704GB in a 4 drawer rack.
|Multiple platforms. Multiple systems. Multiple applications.||SCSI-2 Fast and Narrow, or SCSI-2 Fast and Wide Differential||Specifications
Capacity ranges from 4GB to 528GB in a 6 drawer cabinet.
|High Performance, High Availability Storage uniquely suited for Departments and Workgroups.||SCSI-2 Fast and Wide Differential||Specifications
Capacity ranges from 4GB to 369GB in a 6 drawer cabinet.
|The Ideal Storage Solution for Low-End UNIX
and PC Servers.
||SCSI Fast and Wide Differential||Specifications
Capacity ranges from 4GB to 792 GB in a 3 drawer cabinet.
|The High-Capacity, High-Performance Storage Solution for Mission-Critical Corporate Computing.||SCSI-2 Fast and Wide Differential, Fiber Channel (FCAL Q2 '97)||Specifications
|IBM RAMAC Family|
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|Virtual Architecture||Unlike traditional storage systems,
the RAMAC Virtual Array Storage System (RVA) uses virtual architecture
providing unique features like:
|IXFP||IBM Extended Facilities Product is a complimentary software product used for reporting, configuration, and other RVA functions.|
||SnapShot is a breakthrough product
in data storage. It can duplicate views of datasets and entire volumes
in just seconds! SnapShot is enabled by the virtual architecture
of the RAMAC Virtual Array:
|Scalable Array Storage||If screaming performance and ultra-high
I/O throughput are paramount to you, the RAMAC Scalable Array 2 (RSA2)
is the answer. The RSA2 can be scaled to fit your individual needs, whether
performance, capacity, or both!
The RSA also features:
|RAID and OnlinePlus Overviews|
|RAID: an Overview||A RAID is a Redundant Array of Independent Disks, a method of organizing small format disk devices to drastically increase I/O bandwidth and improve data availability. The concept of a RAID subsystem was originally postulated and described in the 1987 Berkeley paper A Case for Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) (1). Since the publication of this paper, extensions have been made to the original RAID taxonomy.|
|OnlinePlus Overview||OnlinePlus from Storage Technology is the business solution for companies looking for more than just data storage. It is a powerful alliance between industry-leading data storage products, the people who support these products worldwide and an attitude-an attitude based on the singular philosophy that you, the customer, will always come first.|