ACCS is currently building their third generation of High Performance File Servers. Each generation incorporates changes to increase speed and improve reliability.
A High Performance File Server is designed and configured to store large amounts of data on local disks. It provides access to the data at a relatively high speed (peaks of > 100MB/S). High processing speed is important to maintain the high I/O throughput. Large memory is often necessary to support local processing requirements. Only multi-processor motherboards are used to maintain high memory and I/O bandwidth.
Systems of this type are typically used for data storage for a large organization, or to store a database.
The systems are available in three rackmount configurations, allowing up to twenty-four data disks. Deskside configurations with up to forty-five data disks are also available.
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