TORONTO, Ontario, Nov. 14 — Storageflex Inc., a leading global manufacturer of high-performance, high-availability storage systems, announced today the Storageflex HA3969-U RAID storage array family–engineered for SMB and enterprise organizations with high availability and data integrity needs.

All Storageflex storage arrays provide remote system management and monitoring, and are designed to send alerts as soon as a problem may occur. Many system components, including host boards, power supplies, and fans, are “hot swappable” for easy maintenance and minimizing costly downtime.

Select HA3969-U models take performance and fault-tolerance a step further, and come equipped with dual redundant controllers, block level iSCSI/FC and file level NAS–optimizing I/O throughput and continuous data protection.

The new storage array family includes the latest versions of the ZFS file system, facilitating data integrity measures to prevent and repair file corruption. ZFS offers automatic media scanning with minimal impact on storage system performance and supports unlimited snapshot, remote replication, and pool mirror.

Additional Features

  • Deduplication enables users to fully reclaim storage space when overwriting data
  • A cable-free, component design simplifies hardware complexity for higher data availability
  • Performance improvement with upgradeable cache to 32GB; and internal SSD cache for read-write performance caching

“The new Storageflex array helps ensure data integrity by actively safeguarding stored data with the best tools available,” said Paul Chan, president of Storageflex Inc. “Many customers share concerns for their enterprise’s long-term protection and availability of vital data. We offer peace of mind.”

About Storageflex

Storageflex Inc. is a Canadian manufacturer of high-performance, high-availability storage systems, with 20,000 customer installations in more than 30 countries worldwide, and sells exclusively through authorized partners. The company pioneered the world’s first RAID and tape backup systems. Visit:


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