Dataram ships solid state storage appliance

XcelaSAN storage optimization appliance speeds application performance by as much as 30x

Dataram unveiled on Monday the XcelaSAN storage optimization appliance that speeds application performance by as much as 30x. XcelaSAN sits in the network between the Fibre Channel switch and the storage array and uses caching algorithms to place the most active block-level data on solid state drives. The XcelaSAN has eight 4Gbps Fibre Channel ports and can connect to the storage fabric or directly to back-end storage. It features hot-swappable, redundant power supplies, Intel's chip kill technology and internal mirrored flash drives. The XcelaSAN starts at $65,000.

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