May 31, 2011, Yorktown, Virginia – Cybernetics has announced the immediate availability of 3TB drives in all disk-based backup solutions.
Cybernetics miSAN®® and iSAN® Virtual Tape Library solutions are now available with 3TB Hard disk drives. The miSAN®® and iSAN® V Series Virtual Tape Libraries are powerful backup solutions with up to 384TB of raw, native capacity. Utilizing existing tape backup software, the Virtual Tape Libraries consolidate backup across any mix of operating systems with support for iSCSI, SAS, and legacy SCSI host systems. Writing in multiple concurrent, parallel data streams - with up to 1.2 GB/s speeds - the iSAN® V Series is the ideal choice for the most demanding enterprise backup requirements.
Cybernetics' powerful data deduplication engine has extreme processing power to reduce data at typical ratios of 50 to 1, without risking data integrity due to hash collisions. Exceptional data reduction makes a replicating pair of iSAN® VTLs at remote locations the ultimate disaster recovery solution. Virtual tapes can be selectively archived to removable tape media in a completely serverless, background mode. All tape archives are universally compatible and recoverable without the presence of a VTL. When you're ready to move data off disk for long term archival storage, the Tape Offload feature will write to removable tape in serverless mode - with absolutely no impact on your host or network operations.
Available with a 10 GbE, or Fibre Channel option, iSAN® V Series delivers all the benefits of virtualization and data deduplication at a surprisingly competitive price.
Based in Yorktown, Virginia, Cybernetics manufactures, sells, supports and services a complete line of backup and storage solutions. Established in 1978, Cybernetics is recognized in the US and across the world as a pioneer in data storage technology and is well renowned for highly innovative storage features while ensuring top reliability and interoperability of systems.
For more information, please call (757) 833-9000 or visit www.cybernetics.com.