Sepaton releases remote office backup

New remote Sepaton replication appliance compresses, deduplicates data

By , Computerworld |  Storage, Backup & Recovery, data center

The appliances support Symantec's NetBackup AIR, or auto image replication, which automatically copies the backup catalog that exists in a DR site, Mentzer said.

The new 2U (3.5-in high) arrays, offer automated load-balancing of backup, restore, deduplication and replication.

The DS3 comes in these three configurations:

  • The DS3 series 1000, which holds up to 10TB of data, has an ingest rate of 600MB/sec. and comes with two 4Gbps Fibre Channel ports.
  • The DS3 Series 2000, which holds up to 20TB of data and has an ingest rate of 1,200MB/sec. and comes with four 4Gbps Fibre Channel ports.
  • The DS3 Series 2000e, which holds up to 20TB of data, has two 4Gbps Fibre Channel ports, two 10Gbps Ethernet ports and has an ingest rate of 1,500MB/sec.

Sepaton also sells a separate 2U 12-disk expansion unit that holds up to 40TB of data. Each DS3 series appliance can support up to three attached expansion units.

Pricing starts at $110,000 for a DS3 series 1000 appliance with 10TB of usable capacity.

Lucas Mearian covers storage, disaster recovery and business continuity, financial services infrastructure and health care IT for Computerworld. Follow Lucas on Twitter at @lucasmearian , or subscribe to Lucas's RSS feed . His email address is lmearian@computerworld.com .

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