Extended storage units seamlessly integrate between any NVR or Archive Server and extend the recording capacity on an as-needed basis. Extended storage units support various RAID configurations and can be stacked together to meet additional storage needs.
This extended storage offers up to 336TB of storage at a well priced level. Its power saving technology has been given a green-award and can result in 70% energy costs savings annually. It features a quad-port iSCSI 1GB access with link aggregation.
Through SAS expansion ports, each Instek Digital JBOD storage system can connect with robust and high-density expansion enclosures to provide a maximum capacity of 60 SATA/SAS drives.
Instek Digital™ Serial Attached SCSI II JBOD Storage features the latest SASII (12Gb/s) interface and designed to fit in with the environment which needed highly reliable and relentless data growth.
|Interface||IPSAN (IP storage area network||JBOD (just a bunch of disks)||Serial Attached SCSI II JBOD||Serial Attached SCSI II JBOD|
|Form factor||2U / 3U / 4U rack-mountable||2U / 3U / 4U rack-mountable||2U rackmountable||3U / 4U rackmountable|
Instek Digital Extended Storage is an affordable extention of additional storage capacity for Instek Digital's NVR and/or archive server. Below overview displays the maximum connectivity between IP SAN and JBOD devices.
The maximum number of hard-disc drives for a IP SAN configuration with JBOD is 432. For example a 12 bays IP SAN can be expand with JBOD devices with a total number of 420 hard-disc drives.
The maximum number of hard-disc drives for a IP SAN configuration with JBOD is 436. For example a 16 bays IP SAN can be expand with JBOD devices with a total number of 424 hard-disc drives.
The maximum number of hard-disc drives for a IP SAN configuration with JBOD is 444. For example a 24 bays IP SAN can be expand with JBOD devices with a total number of 420 hard-disc drives.