Wednesday, April 5, 2006
MPC Taps LeftHand For iSCSI System
Nampa, Idaho-based MPC Computers said yesterday that it is selling a new, iSCSI storage area network product, based on technology from Colorado-based LeftHand Networks. MPC said that its new DataFrame 240 iSCSI Storage Ara Network supports up to 6TB of storage in a compact, 2U form factor. The new storage system includes hot-swappable and fully redundant hard drives and power supplies. The system uses LeftHand Networks SAN/iQ management software.