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Aberdeen Offers 50 TB Server

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. -- Aberdeen releases the next generation of Stirling storage server solutions with the addition of the 50TB Stirling X881. The 8U Stirling is to be unveiled at the HD World Conference & Exposition in New York. As the ideal for media sharing storage, content backup, streaming media, near-line storage, and post-production needs, the Stirling X881 can deliver up to 64 concurrent HD video streams and store over 400 hours of 1080p 10-bit HD video. Aberdeen's bestselling scalable storage deliver the industry's most expandable and affordable networked storage.

Stirling X881

Small and medium businesses (SMB), whose storage requirements often mirror those of a larger enterprise, have neither centralized storage nor big budgets to implement complex IT solutions. These companies are on the lookout for easy, expandable and cost-efficient solutions for data storage, as well as simplified storage management.

Most SMBs are starving for storage capacity large enough to meet today's needs. In such a scenario, SMBs have a need for cutting-edge storage solutions and the ability to accommodate growth without requiring a complete storage solution upgrade later on. Aberdeen now tailors the completely custom configurable Stirling expandable storage solutions to meet these requirements. This emphasis on ease of storage growth potential and simplified network integration provides the best TB/$ ration in the industry.

"The Aberdeen Stirling expandable server platform will grow as an organization's storage needs multiply," said Jack Tateel, Executive VP for Aberdeen. "Rather than having to obsolete an appliance every time you reach existing capacity, with the Stirling you can easily increase the storage availability up to nearly 1/2 Petabyte one step at a time. For example, an organization can purchase a 50TB NAS appliance today and expand to well over 400TB in 16TB increments as future needs dictate."

Aberdeen LLC