Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 19:34:27 +0900
Object-Based Access分散ストレージメーカーの Cleversafeから低価格ラインが
"Cleversafe Announces New Slicestor Models Propelling Its Limitless
Data Storage System Well Ahead of the Industry in Power Efficiency
Cleversafe's Innovative Object-Based Dispersed Storage Technology
Combined with Its New Slicestor Models Delivers the Highest Reliability,
Lowest Cost, Lowest Power Consuming Big Data Storage Solution Available
March 26, 2012
"... announced today new Slicestor models to deliver the highest
reliability, lowest cost, lowest power consuming big data storage
solution available in the industry today. The newest Slicestor models
integrate seamlessly into Cleversafe's award-winning Dispersed Storage
Network architecture currently being used to solve the growing global
issue of unstructured data."
"... Cleversafe's Slicestor models feature a 4U form factor with
45-drive enclosures with sufficient processing, memory and networking
capacity to preserve big data assets. The company offers a choice of
highest capacity (currently 3 TB) in its cost-optimized
or performance-optimized SATA disk drives the most efficient of which
can reduce power consumption between 70 and 90% over traditional
"The Slicestor 1410 model is the lowest cost solution offering 135TB of
raw capacity using desktop class (5400 RPM) SATA disk drives. ...
approximately 3.2 W/TB at idle and 3.9 W/TB under load."
"The Slicestor 1420 model offers slightly faster desktop class SATA
disk drives (7200 RPM) and only consumes power at 3.6 W/TB at idle
and 4.9 W/TB under load ..."
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27th March 2012, The Register
"Cleversafe targets unstructured data storage applications, with
a big data marketing tag, and has a dispersed storage scheme for
its object storage. This is based on data being sliced into pieces
which are stored across different Slicestor boxes. It says its
storage can survive simultaneous disk drive, server or network