The Dot Hill AssuredSAN Pro 5000 Series is available in a variety of tiered storage configurations. A base solution with 48 drives, including a mixture of 600GB HDD's and 200GB SSDs, is expected to start at approximately $63,200, including hardware and software support. The 5000 Series is expected to ship in October 2012.
Dot Hill AssuredSAN 4000 Series – for M&E, Telco, Business Intelligence, and Other Markets
Sharing the same powerful hardware design as Dot Hill's AssuredSAN Pro 5000 Series midrange system also introduced today, the AssuredSAN 4000 Series provides superior streaming performance for post-production video editing, rendering, streaming and broadcast, complex analytics, HPC, and telecommunications workloads. The AssuredSAN 4000 Series delivers up to 5200 MB/s sustained sequential read throughput, and up to 3000 MB/s sustained sequential write performance. The 4000 Series delivers this performance at price points that are up to 30 percent lower than competitive offerings.
For demanding transaction oriented applications, such as cloud storage and business analytics, the AssuredSAN 4000 Series delivers an impressive 100,000 IOPS sustained from disk for fast access to database and structured data content.An AssuredSAN 4000 Series system with 12 2TB drives is expected to start at under $30,000 and deliver up to 5.2GB/sec performance. The 4000 Series is expected to ship by the end of September 2012. Interested resellers can learn more by contacting Dot Hill at www.dothill.com/contact-us . About Dot Hill Leveraging its proprietary Assured family of storage solutions, Dot Hill solves many of today's most challenging storage problems – helping IT to improve performance, increase availability, simplify operations, and reduce costs. Dot Hill's solutions combine breakthrough software with the industry's most flexible and extensive hardware platform and automated management to deliver best-in-class solutions. Headquartered in Longmont, Colo., Dot Hill has offices and/or representatives in China, Germany, India, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States.