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Consensys Ltd. is the European distributor of Raidzone solutions. The RAIDZONE division of Consensys Corp. was created to commercialize the new disk array technology developed by our R&D department in 1998. By 2003, RAIDZONE has become much more than the name of a new technology. It is a complete product line of Linux- and Windows-based servers available in a range of capacities from 400 GB up to 20 Terabytes and more. There are now thousands of highly satisfied RAIDZONE network storage users, with many customers now in their fourth year of uninterrupted use. RAIDZONE storage appliances are performing flawlessly in applications ranging from NAS file servers to massive Oracle database servers to high volume streaming media servers.

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Megabyte found that tying lots of barrels
together to cross the data stream worked
well. And if one of them got punctured,
the raft didn't sink.
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Disk to Disk Backup versus Tape - War or Truce? - article by Engenio

Will disk to disk backup make tape backup obsolete? That's a question that's been debated hotly here on STORAGEsearch for many years.

At the extreme polarized ends of the argument are tape media makers like Sony, who in an article here made a case for the long term survival of tape, and at the other end of the argument are disk to disk supporters like STORAGEsearch whose editorial view has been that tape doesn't have a viable role the midsize market any more. In the middle of this argument are the moderates who say that maybe tape and D2d can co-exist. This article by Steve Gardner at Engenio takes the middle course line - and says why he thinks there's still a place for both. See if you agree. the article, ...Engenio profile, RAID systems, Disk to disk backup

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