HP has unveiled two new storage arrays, promising to help businesses maximise the use of storage and support business growth.
The HP StorageWorks P2000 G3 and P4000 G2 SAN are aimed at small to mid-sized companies, and will improve application availability and overall performance, according to HP.
The P2000 G3 is a modular smart array system that will suit companies experiencing or expecting rapid growth, HP said.
Supporting documents describe the P2000 G3 as a flexible, easy to use and affordable entry-level storage area network that can scale up and boost application availability through the use of 8Gb Fibre Channel technology.
The storage array includes HP's Remote Snap tool, which can provide a rapid snapshot of a system in the event of downtime, and will let firms connect quickly with remote offices, the firm said.
The P4000 G2 SAN, meanwhile, will reduce customer downtime, cut total cost of ownership and lessen the risk of data loss, according to HP.
The system includes redundant components and Raid tools to protect against disk failure, and is effective against data loss whether through power outage or system/site failure.
HP StorageWorks P2000 G3 Modular Smart Array is available this month starting at €4,650 (£4,050). The StorageWorks P4000 G2 SAN solutions are available now and start at €2,100 (£1,825).
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