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Solaris Operating System 9 and 8 comes with robust performance on the Sun StorEdge Storage FC-AL Array.
It also comes with the Sun Java Desktop system and GUI interfaces that are compatible with all previous versions of Solaris applications and systems. Disk Drives are Hot-Swappable as FRUs. To ensure full accessibility, the Sun StorEdge 6120 Storage Raid Array features the option of two interconnect cards and RAID controller options and two Power Supply Modules. Sun StorEdge 6120 with Raid controller are able to network with Sun from mid to high level servers. The 6120 is a massively scalable, easy-to-deploy system scaling incrementally from 504GB to 21TB for a low-cost solution to SAN expansion. The StorEdge 6120 is extremely reliable and a highly scalable storage solution that will excel in even the most demanding storage environments and configurations. This system is a standalone version of SE6020 expansion unit.
|Sun StorEdge 6120 Storage Array
|Max number of Drives||14|
|Type of Drives||36GB, 73GB 10k RPM or 73GB, 15k RPM and 146GB to 300BG 10k RPM Disk Drives
|Minimum # of Drives per Array||five (5)|
|RAID Characteristics||HW 0, 1, 5|
|Max # of Standalone Arrays||a stuck of 5 free standing Arrays in a RAID => 21TB|
|JBOD||H/W Configuration option
|Host Connection||2 Interconnect cards (IC), 4 FC ports, plus 1 FC on Interface controller
|Rack mount units||3U in 19" wide rack
|Number of PSUs||2
(H x W x D)
|5.25" x 17" x 18.9"
(13.3cm x 44.5cm x 48.0cm)
Despite its End of Life status, NCE USA is able to fully support the Sun Oracle StorEdge 6020 Storage Array with independent on site service, workshop repair, maintenance, parts, brokerage and sales.
For Sun StorEdge (SE) RAID Array Support;
Call: 619.212.3000 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - or use the quote form opposite.
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