ExaStore Claims Record

Once again, ExaStore is the fastest NAS in the West (East, North & South)

October 13, 2008

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DALLAS -- Exanets ExaStore 2008 Clustered NAS has achieved 119,550 operations per second with an overall response time of 2.07 milliseconds on the new industry standard SPECsfs2008_nfs.v3 benchmark. A new world-record performance level for this benchmark, it is more than six times the prior record. This demonstrates Exanet’s continued commitment to performance scalability and investment protection over time for its customers.

Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) Lab witnessed the tests and has confirmed that ExaStore clustered NAS delivers impressive SPECsfs2008_nfs.v3 results of 119,550 ops/sec for an eight-node system and 29,921 ops/sec for a two-node system. ESG also verified that performance scales in a predictably linear fashion as resources are added, meaning that ExaStore delivers excellent levels of cost-optimized performance and scalability.

“Exanet is committed to doing one thing in the NAS market, and doing it to the utmost. This can be summarized as providing ‘optimum performance’ – where optimum means a very flexible and ultra-high performing system that’s actually usable,” says Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) analyst, Mark Peters. “Its ExaStore offering scales well in terms of capacity and performance, is easy to manage, and provides a resource-efficient file storage system that matches perfectly to a growing IT and business need. ExaStore is extremely versatile, both in terms of its raw capabilities and in terms of the applications and industries it can support.”

Exanet Inc.

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