Eurologic uses universal backplane

Posted on May 01, 1999

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Eurologic uses universal backplane

Making it easier for users to upgrade from JBOD to SCSI or Fibre Channel RAID subsystems, Eurologic Systems` Voyager 3100 takes advantage of universal backplane technology implemented in an Ultra2 passive backplane design. Introduced at last month`s NAB show, the enclosure is NEBS-compliant for telecommunications environments.

The Voyager 3100 supports RAID levels 0, 1, 0+1, 3, 4, and 5, and as much as 128MB of cache. Monitoring and management standards include SAF-TE for SCSI and SES for Fibre Channel. Shipments begin next month, with prices starting at $3,395.

Separately, Eurologic has begun shipments of the XL 600 Ultra2 SCSI disk array to the OEM market. Dell resells a version of the XL 600 as the PowerVault 200S subsystem. www.eurologic.com.


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