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The Pegasus J4 JBOD is the latest addition to the PROMISE line of Thunderbolt-enabled storage devices designed for media and entertainment professionals that use either traditional HDDs or the latest generation of SSDs.
The new file-sharing capability allows a virtualised server infrastructure to utilise shared JBOD storage through the use of RDMA-enabled network interface cards (RNICs).
The new series provides support for SSD, SAS and SATA drives for tiered storage initiatives, with expansion of up to seven JBOD systems and up to 144 2.5" drives.
Astek's product line of SAS expander products are designed to fit into a PCIe slot, directly mounted into a chassis or installed in a 5.25" mounting shell, making adding Gen2 SAS to server enclosures, backplanes, mid-planes and JBOD products, easier.
Utilizing external RAID and JBOD enclosures, the adapter enables growing businesses to address storage capacity requirements of up to one petabyte.
<p>The N4B1 supports remote access; comes set for RAID 5 by default, but has options for RAID 0, 1, 1+0, JBOD; has an e-SATA port at back, and packs gigabit ethernet.
All functions are managed and monitored via a universal Web interface, and RAID disk configurations include RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD and SPAN.
Often, storage in the studios for applications including animation, special effects, or editing, are simply a JBOD (Just a Bunch of Disks), directly attached to workstations striped together to get acceptable performance, measured by raw throughput.
The 2-Drive enclosure can be configured to support RAID levels 0,1,10 and JBOD while the 4-drive Enclosure can support RAID levels 0,1,10, 5 and JBOD.
When the SV2000 storage appliance is connected to the SiI 3132, the drives behind the SV2000 can be set as multiple RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10, concatenated or JBOD logical volumes.
Avalon developed a proprietary implementation of JBOD (Just a Bunch of Discs) technology in its AE7000 range, which is now in service with intelligence gathering agencies worldwide.
Disk recorders come in two flavors: RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) and JBOD (Just a Bunch of Disks).