Condor Storage and its Manufacturing Partner Nexsan brings the award-winning SATABeast storage system in a redesigned configuration engineered for Mac environments. With unparalleled density, availability and energy efficiency, SATABeast Xi is the perfect fit for Mac storage.
SEDONA, AZ, January 25, 2008 – With great excitement Condor Storage partnered with Nexsan Technologies is proud to announce the release of the SATABeast Xi. The SATABeast Xi is the first, high density, energy efficient storage solution built for the Apple Xserve and Mac Pro markets. The SATABeast Xi is designed specifically for Xserve and Mac Pro complementing those environments in both physical look and feel, and with a user interface that is visually compatible with Leopard.
The SATABeast was formally showcased by Nexsan our manufacturing partner, at MacWorld and the response to this product has been tremendous from the press and analysts.
Jeanne Wilson, trusted industry veteran and owner of Condor Storage says,” The SATABeast Xi is designed for primary storage of large data set applications like uncompressed, real-time HDTV as well as multi-stream and analog TV signals and high-quality video editing with no frame drops. While optimized and designed specifically for the Apple Xserve and Mac Pro, complementing those environments both physically and with its easy-to-use GUI that will be familiar to Leopard OS users, the Nexsan SATABeast Xi also is an ideal storage solution for mixed environments.”
We encourage you to check out the SATABeast Xi and learn more about the product at the official Condor Storage blog: http://condorstorage.wordpress.com/2008/01/17/new-storage-vault-for-mac-released-that-scales-to-42tb-per-array/
Contact Condor Storage directly for more information:
Condor Storage, Inc.
PO Box 21447
Sedona, AZ 86341
Inside US 888-472-8028
About Condor Storage
Condor Storage focuses on the implementation of primary/secondary/backup/archive/and compliance disk, along with tape based-backup/archival. We have over two decades of experience assisting clients with storage related needs.
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Condor Storage is pleased to announce our WAN optimization partner, Netex, now offers a software version for VMWare envrionments. The “HyperIP” product family is tailored for business continuity and disaster recovery applications that depend on long-distance remote TCP/IP data transmissions. It’s focused on optimizing TCP data for backup, recovery and data replication applications, for example. In particular, HyperIP products can handle long-distance data transfers at rates above OC-12. Differentiator: With HyperIP for VMware, customers can scale performance up to 600x with no hardware upgrades or change outs. PS It’s OEMed by EMC so if you’d like to pay 3X more for it from them, OK.
HyperIP for VMware is generally available in the first quarter of 2008 with entry-level pricing starting between $6,000 and $8,000. For Condor clients, ask now for a test drive. Contact Us : http://www.condorstorage.com/contact_info.htm
Condor Storage announces availability of the SATAbeast Xi, for the XServe Market
The SATABeast™ Xi is the first, high density, energy efficient storage solution built for the Apple Xserve and Mac Pro markets. The SATABeast Xi is designed specifically for Xserve and Mac Pro complementing those environments in both physical look and feel, and with a user interface that is visually compatible with Leopard.
The SATABeast Xi was formally announced and showcased at MacWorld 2008 in San Francisco on Monday January 14th. The response to this product has been tremendous from press and analysts. It’s ideal to replace older XServe raid arrays that are nearing warranty expiration. ex. one client had 7 older Xserve raid arrays providing 42TB. which we can now be replaced with one SATABeast Xi in just 4U, with green power AUTOmaid built in. University and Government price schedules are available. Please inquire on our Contact Us form for a free podcast, weblinks and a formal specification sheet. Nexsan SataBeastXi Audio Webcast by CTO, Gary Watson