IBM Launches Low-Cost Storage Server

Posted on Saturday, September 04 2004 @ 2:27 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
IBM moved to undercut its rivals Friday by offering an entry-level storage server for about a third less than the street cost of EMC's and HP's comparable products.

IBM's new TotalStorage DS300 is an entry-level disk server, based on iSCSI, that costs less than $3,000 for mid-sized businesses. The Armonk, N.Y., company also trotted out the TotalStorage DS400, a 2 gigabyte Fibre Channel storage system that is 3U (5.25 inches) thick.

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