BlueArc Boosts Performance

BlueArc sets new bar for clustered storage performance and scalability, reducing cost and complexity

February 28, 2007

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- BlueArc Corporation, a market leader in scalable, high-performance network storage, today announced the introduction of new enhancements to the company's Titan 2000 line of network storage systems, including expanded clustering capabilities through four nodes with near-linear scalability, a new Titan blade module for Windows server consolidation, and dynamic multi-node read caching capabilities. The introductions extend BlueArc's diversified performance leadership, further positioning the company's Titan 2000 family as the ultimate network storage solution for enabling enterprise consolidation, application acceleration and simplified management.

"One of the most compelling things about BlueArc that doesn't get discussed often enough is how versatile their storage system is," said Tony Asaro, senior analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group. "The Titan provides excellent performance for transactional, streaming, small files, large files, Unix, Linux and Windows environments. This recent announcement bolsters this strength even further providing up to 4 nodes in a cluster for extended performance scalability, smarter caching algorithms and accelerated CIFS performance, which many other NAS players do a poor to mediocre job with."

BlueArc Corp.

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