The Acer Hitachi AMS 2000 family includes the AMS 2100 and AMS 2300 systems. The AMS 2100 system supports up to 512 virtual server ports and scalable capacity up to 236 terabytes, while the AMS 2300 supports up to 2048 virtual server ports and 472 terabytes of capacity. The Hi-Track® Remote Monitoring system provides round-the-clock system diagnostics, and Hitachi TrueCopy Remote Replication software provides a continuous, non-disruptive, host-independent remote data replication solution for disaster recovery, data retention or data migration over any distance. All three storage systems also offer Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning software (thin provisioning), which delivers "virtual storage capacity," eliminating application service interruptions, reducing costs and simplifying administration.
MSRP depends on configuration and base configurations (five hard drives), and begins at $11,699 for the Acer Hitachi AS2040 storage array, $18,499 for the Acer Hitachi AMS 2100 storage array, and $31,499 for the Acer Hitachi AMS 2300 storage array. Like Acer's companion server line, all Acer and jointly-branded Acer Hitachi storage products are available exclusively through indirect sales channels.
Screw the cloud I will just put one of these in my house lol... I think it will be interesting to see how far Acer can get into the corporate world seeing how they are not a typical name found there.
ROFL emega thats what I was thinking screw the cloud I will grab one of these and just build my own at home.
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