Tuesday, December 4, 2007
LeftHand Adds New Storage Device
Boulder-based iSCSI storage area networking hardware firm LeftHand Networks said today that it has added a new storage platform to its product lineup. The firm said that its new NSM 2120 platform is an expansion of its existing line of products, and can provide up to 9 TB of storage capacity in a 2U form factor. The new device is aimed at the virtualized server market. LeftHand said its new platform will be available in Q4, starting at $22,000. LeftHand is a provider of iSCSI-based storage products, used by enterprise data centers for data storage.