Verari Unveils SB5168XL DataServer

Verari Systems extends award-winning blade storage technology with the SB5168XL DataServer

August 27, 2008

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SAN DIEGO -- Verari Systems, a premier developer of energy efficient data center consolidation platforms utilizing independent blade-based computing and storage solutions, today announced the addition of the SB5168XL DataServer to its blade-based hybrid server and storage system family. The newly introduced architecture combines an Intel® Xeon® 3000 series processor and 10G Ethernet connectivity with the highest storage density available in a blade server. The combination of high capacity, low-cost blade-based storage with a general purpose server is a powerful enabler for a wide range of vertical markets where data and applications such as Web 2.0, Cloud and file system solutions need to be hosted on a single platform.

“The SB5168XL DataServer moves the application server closer to the physical storage to minimize network bottlenecks and increase performance,” said Kevin McGrath, vice president and general manager, Verari Systems Storage Group. “This convergence of storage, server and applications makes it an ideal platform for our customers that are seeking cost-effective solutions where processing power and storage density are the primary concerns.”

Verari Systems Inc.

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