Infortrend offers the storage system of 2.5 inches of hard disks, this system has outstanding characteristic density, can help users to reduce the systematic power consumption prominently. Series EonStor DS can already support hard disk system of 2.5 inches now, and it is available in a record of location and 2U/24 a record of location and two kinds of measurement models to offer 1U/12.
With the positive popularization to 2.5 inches of hard disks of manufacturer of hard disk, the production of this kind of hard disk has got fast growth. In 2010, 3.5 inches of hard disks are bad with the price of 2.5 inches of hard disks to still keep between 10% and 15%, however, in 2011, this disparity has already nearly totally disappeared, therefore further promoted the growth of the sales volume of 2.5 inches of hard disks too.
Compare with 3.5 inches of hard disks, 2.5 inches of hard disks have better characteristic density. On the identical space, 2.5 inches of hard disks are preserved twice with quantity of 3.5 inches of hard disks. In efficiency, 2.5 inches of hard disks every IO can save 50% of the power consumption, has reduced the cost of enterprises greatly. Meanwhile, 2.5 compact type of hard disk design, make them have good resisting shock even.
In addition, 2.5 inches of connections and expansion cupboard of 3.5 inches hard disk that hard disk system of 2.5 inches of Infortrend can be flexible, make customers have a lot of different choices in system expansion.
Infortrend product planning director shows sophisticatedly and virtuously, ” we find, for its price and characteristic factor, to enterprise hoping to strengthen data storage, 2.5 inches of hard disks have already become a very attractive choice gradually. In order to help enterprises to dispose 2.5 inches of hard disks to store better, Infortrend has offered a lot of physical dimension models and expanded and selected, make enterprises choose the appropriate memory disposition, meet various demands of theirs best. ”
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