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Virtualization: StoneFly Bolsters IP SAN Line with New Entry-Level and High-Availability Systems

StoneFly, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated IP storage area network (SAN) systems and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), today introduced two new IP SANs as well as upgrades to its existing products. The Integrated Storage Concentrator (ISC) 801 is a new system designed for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in need of transitioning from direct attached storage to an entry-level IP SAN, while the High-Availability Storage Concentrator (HSC) 1601 delivers the industry's highest levels of redundancy to organizations in need of maximum data protection.

Now available, the new ISC-801 is an easy-to-deploy "IP SAN-in-a-Box" that provides everything customers need for enterprise-class SAN storage, at an entry-level price. It installs in minutes and features centralized storage management and integrated business continuity, with support for eight drives and up to 4TB of storage.

"The ISC-801 gives growing companies the perfect introduction to all that IP SANs have to offer, while the HSC-1601, along with the powerful new features now available for our existing IP SANs, will ensure that our more established customers can meet and exceed today's escalating IT requirements," said Mo Tahmasebi, CEO of DNF.


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