Infortrend Corp. announced Tuesday two new additions to its EonNAS 1000 Series, the EonNAS 1310 and 1510, featuring 2U/8-bay and 2U/12-bay rackmount form factors respectively. The new additions offer unified storage solutions that help SMB and SOHO users optimize file sharing, IP SAN applications, data storage and data backup.
Compared to the existing solution in the EonNAS 1000 Series, the 1U/4-bay EonNAS 1100, the EonNAS 1310 and 1510 deliver higher performance, larger capacities, and even better hardware reliability with redundant power supplies. In addition, the EonNAS 1510 offers higher RAM capacity.
The EonNAS 1310 features an Intel Celeron dual-core 2.5GHz processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and two Gigabit LAN ports. With eight drive bays, storage capacity can reach 24TB. The EonNAS 1510 delivers even better performance with an Intel Core i3 dual-core 3.3GHz processor, up to 8GB DDR3 RAM and two Gigabit LAN ports, while users can reach a storage capacity of 36TB with 12 available drive bays. In addition, the EonNAS 1510 also offers extended connectivity options including six Gigabit LAN ports (EonNAS 1510-1) and two Gigabit LAN ports plus two 10Gigabit LAN ports (EonNAS 1510-2).
As part of Infortrend’s EonNAS family, the newly announced solutions offer comprehensive protocol support, enabling SMB and SOHO users to serve file-based and block-based applications with a single device and achieve easy file sharing between different workstations in the office. Data storage is enhanced by advanced features including data deduplication and compression for optimized resource utilization and the ZFS file system for end-to-end data integrity. Data is further protected by features such as snapshot technology, which offers space-efficient differential data copies to quickly rollback data or restore files in the event of data errors.
Thomas Kao, senior director of product planning at Infortrend, noted, “The new EonNAS 1000 solutions announced today further enhance our rackmount NAS line-up aimed at the SMB and SOHO segment. They enable users to meet performance and capacity requirements with advanced hardware and software specifications, many of which were previously only available on enterprise solutions, such as data deduplication and ZFS.”