Storageflex™ 3945N RAID is the most comprehensive iSCSI and NAS Storage Subsystem available today. The system is designed for use in the most mission-critical fail-safe environments, but flexible enough to provide a complete spectrum of solutions.
This fully featured subsystem is the result of Storageflex’s two (2) decades of data storage experience. Each feature, both form and function, relate to multiple short and long term benefits. The following is a list of features, functions, and benefits.
3945N iSCSI & NAS Systems are available in 1U, 2U, 3U, 5U and 8U. Up to 62 Hot Swap SAS or SATA Drive Bays with internal capacity of 36TB of SAS or 240TB of SATA RAID Storage is possible before adding external expansion options.
3945N were designed to attach to any SAS, iSCSI or Fibre Channel attached RAID Arrays from Storageflex or any other manufacturer while providing NAS, iSCSI and Fibre Channel Host Connectivity. Up to 1 Petabyte of external storage is possible with Storageflex’s 3945N, SJ316 or HA 3969 Subsystems.
Powered by Windows Storage Server 2012 (WSS) or Linux Kernel (LSS) with our optional Data Management Software, 3945N is the most scalable architecture in capacity, types of disks and host connectivity, 3945N is ideally suited for Mission Critical Online Storage with Hot Swap Disks yet low cost enough for larger capacity disk based archives. Advanced features including Snapshots, Volume Mirroring, Disaster Recovery, Simultaneous NAS, iSCSI and FC Host Support provide peace of mind computing.
3945N provides an advanced storage manager for file filtering and quota management, a new Network File System (NFS) server to improve performance, and a fully integrated Web-based user interface for remote management. 3945N powered by Windows Storage Server 2012 also incorporates Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) for point-in-time shadow copy capabilities, support for the enhanced version of distributed file system (DFS), and support for the Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) Software Initiator from Microsoft and other hardware/software vendors.