Hitachi Jumps into Midrange Data Storage Market

Hitachi Data Systems Corp. jumped into the midrange storage market last week with the introduction of a reduced capacity storage array. The Freedom Storage Lightning 9910 series storage array joins the 37-terabyte Model 9960 introduced last June. Both arrays use a switched-network architecture that increases performance, the company claims. The 9910 has a raw capacity of 3 terabytes and is housed in a single cabinet. The box works with Unix, Windows 2000 and NT, Linux, NetWare and S/390 hosts, and has Fibre Channel and Enterprise Systems Connection server connections. Prices were not available by press time.www.hds.com/kage

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