Meeting “Must-Have” Enterprise Storage Needs, Minimizing Capital and Operational Costs
Billerica, MA. June 13, 2014. Winchester Systems Inc., a leading data-storage infrastructure provider to Military and Commercial Systems Integrators and Service/Solution Providers, today released two white papers, titled “FlashNAS ZFS: Enterprise NAS Functionality at a Fraction of the Price” and “FlashDisk FX: Enterprise DAS and SAN Storage Functionality at a Fraction of the Price.” Each white paper describes “must have” file- or block-storage requirements of organizations that depend on their storage infrastructure to survive, and how Winchester Systems storage products address those needs—while at the same time keeping customers’ capital and operational costs to a minimum.
“Too many storage customers are forced to choose between two extremes: high-end capability for a high-end price vs. low-end capability for a low-end price,” said Winchester Systems CEO Joel Leider. “We designed our FlashDisk FX line of block-storage systems and FlashNAS ZFS dual-redundant NAS systems to provide a ‘middle ground’ between these two extremes. We’re providing smart alternatives for organizations that depend upon their storage infrastructures to survive, but don’t want to pay premium prices for capabilities they don’t need.”
To download either white paper, visit www.winsys.com/downloads/white-papers. For more information about FlashDisk and FlashNAS ZFS, visit our Data Center products page. To start designing a purpose-built infrastructure for your workload challenge, contact a Winchester Systems storage expert.
About Winchester Systems Inc.
Founded in 1981, Winchester Systems provides purpose-built, dependable, high-performance server and storage systems—and expertise—to Commercial, Federal-government and military clients. Winchester Systems I/O-performance and ruggedized-system experts collaborate with each client’s integration team to tailor an IT infrastructure, including storage and servers, to best fit their customer’s environmental and workload requirements. Storage offerings include FlashDisk® RAID Disk Arrays in Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN) configurations, and FlashNAS unified Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems. FlashServer Intel-based servers include standard and high availability configurations. For more information visit: www.winsys.com.