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Dot Hill's AssuredSAN 3000 Series Storage Array includes 3- terabyte disk drives, and can scale up to 288 terabytes of storage through "just a bunch of disks" (JBOD) expansion units, or hard disks that haven't been configured according to the RAID system.

The storage arrays offer support for 8-Gb Fibre Channel storage area networks (SANs) and 10-Gb iSCSI, and can scale to a total of 288 terabytes of storage. Enhancements to the series, first introduced in September 2010, include drive spin-down capability and a 595-watt 80 PLUS-rated (greater than 80% energy efficiency) power supplies. The AssuredSAN 3000 Series includes product support software to protect against data loss, and supports mixed-drive configurations, including serial attached SCSI (SAS), serial ATA (SATA), and solid-state drive (SSD).

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Dot Hill Mounts 3 TB Storage For SMBs

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