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HP AIO600 2.67 GHz Intel Xeon Dual Core Server

HP AIO600 2.67 GHz Intel Xeon Dual Core Server
alaScore 80

2 reviews

Jul, 2014

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HP StorageWorks AiO600

 

Quality design and workmanship, Very easy to configure and manage, Good redundancy features, Relatively good performance

rack mounting kit sold separately, Only includes 1GB of memory as standard, A little on the expensive side

The StorageWorks AiO600 will make your job easy if you need to migrate an Exchange or SQL Server as the wizards and ASM are very user friendly. If, however, you do not need all this then perhaps a NAS box with less bells and whistles may be a better bet.

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PC Pro: Product Reviews: HP StorageWorks AiO600

 

HP delivers an interesting spin on iSCSI, with good automated data-migration tools and a choice hardware platform

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Product Specifications

HP StorageWorks All-in-One Storage Systems are radically simple, integrated, and affordable network storage solutions that enable small and mid-size companies to easily manage, grow, and protect their data. The AiO600 provides shared storage expansion for application servers, enhanced file serving for end-user clients, and comprehensive data protection features to ensure that your business is both safe and secure. Together, these functions offer a higher degree of value and utility than traditional options while allowing businesses to save time and money. This fully integrated solution is designed to be deployed on the existing Ethernet network in less than 30 minutes by IT generalists with no storage expertise. HP All-in-One Storage Systems offer everything you need to lower the cost and complexity associated with rapidly growing data storage environments.HP All-in-One Storage Systems are ideal for growing small and mid-sized companies that need the management, consolidation, and data protection features typically reserved for higher-priced and more complex storage architectures.
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