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TST's Storage Rackmount Chassis Series - the Serial
Attached SCSI (SAS)-based ESR-316 server enclosure
won an award at the
Intel Developer Forum, Summer 2008 in San Francisco, CA.
ESR-316 is an innovative storage system equipped with Areca ARC-8000 series
controllers using intel IOP 341 I/O processor that offers unprecedented
flexibility, reliability, performance, high availability and highest storage
density. It ensures continuous uptime in a production environment, offers fault
tolerance and ease of management.
The ESR-316 storage system is a 3U,
16 hot swap bay storage system that provides reliable data protection for
servers and offers a new level polynomial technology to implement the extreme
performance RAID 6 function. The ESR-316 can provide up to 122 devices using SAS
expanders, offers 4G Fibre, iSCSI, SAS, SAS JBOD, PCIe-over cable drive drive
interference in the same box.
Furthermore, the high availability (HA) version of the ESR-316
enclosure utilizes four LSISAS12X expander chips (Wide port) with Enconnect
Technology. This enables users to further expand their server enclosures by
taking advantage of the SAS expanders, which allow for simplified dual/redundant
These enclosures are the perfect design platforms for OEMs/ODMs
looking for high-spindle count, but who have no specific need for large
capacities. The ESR-series Chassis are conventional 19-inch EIA-RSA310D standard
Rackmount Storage Appliance server enclosures designed for high-density storage
architecture. Backplanes are horizontally oriented to maximize airflow for the
cooling of these enterprise-class hard disk drives.
Innovation balances what is possible with what is needed. TST Corp USA
continues to design technology that offers high availability, reliable, and
valuable server/storage products. The ESR Storage server series deliver
technology that differentiates your company by helping you to create integrated
competitive solutions that win. Your customers need it, expect it, and demand it