Digital Networks Releases New SAN Solutions With Open-E

2nd January 2009

Our Teravault line of storage servers - first released in 2001 - is now available with a range of storage area network (SAN) options.

For block based storage, we now offer and support iSCSI over Ethernet with load balancing to support up to 350MB/s of bandwidth. For fibre channel users, we offer a 4Gbps Fibre Channel option that supports up to 500MB/s of bandwidth in dual channel mode. For ultimate throughput, we also offer a 20Gbps InfiniBand option.

The optional Open-E software is an embedded operating system with a Web based interface that makes SAN management a doddle. Block based virtualized storage (SAN) and file based storage (NAS) are supported simultaneously.

We offer a line of storage servers from 16TB to 54TB in size. We also offer energy efficient storage solutions with our RS3000e product using just 140 watts when idle.

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About Open-E
Open-E, Inc. is a pioneering leader and developer of IP-based storage management software with headquarters in the United States and Europe. The company's DSS, NAS-R3 and iSCSI-R3 product lines, aimed at the SMB and SME markets, enjoy a multi-national reputation for best-in-class performance, flexibility, reliability, scalability and return-on-investment. The company's proven, high-performance software is made simple, allowing system integrators to build massive, stable, secure and easy to use storage systems. Open-E was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, with divisions in Europe and Japan. Open-E GmbH, located in Puchheim, Germany, houses the company's development and European sales/marketing functions. Open-E distributes its products through a worldwide partner network that are established in the storage and networking markets. For more information about Open-E and Open-E products please visit

About DNUK
DNUK builds storage and virtualization systems. Our platforms focus on technical solutions and are designed to reduce your costs and simplify management. We've been building Linux systems since 1998 and we offer standards-based platforms that integrate with Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac networks.