Infortrend is an industry-leading manufacturer of multi-platform high performance RAID controllers and subsystems. Its wide product range provides cost effective solutions for SCSI, FC and iSCSI environments.
3U iSCSI RAID Series high performance density and SAS scalability for IP SAN
The S16E series are the world’s first iSCSI to SAS/SATA RAID arrays with four Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) ports on each controller. They can achieve best-in-class performance while benefiting from the affordability and straightforward management of IP SANs.
EonStor S16E-R1130 spec sheet
2U iSCSI RAID Series High-performance or cost-effective choice for flexible IP SAN configuration
The S12E series provides high-performance and cost-effective choices for
users who would like to introduce IP SAN into their IT infrastructure. The
single-controller S12E-G1133 not only enables necessary performance but can
be scaled for abundant capacity, which makes it an ideal choice for capacitydemanding
applications, such as near-line backup and surveillance.
EonStor S16E-R1132 spec sheet
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