StoneFly Shows IP SAN Appliances

StoneFly's new Voyager IP SANs deliver exceptional enterprise-class performance at an economical price point

March 18, 2009

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HAYWARD, Calif. -- StoneFly (, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated IP storage area network (SAN) systems and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), today introduced Voyager (, a new line of virtualized IP SAN appliances designed to deliver exceptional performance at an economical price point. With entry-level pricing starting at US$25,000 MSRP, Voyager is ideal for enterprise customers in need of a robust SAN offering both high availability and versatility for primary and secondary storage applications.

As the newest member of the StoneFly Storage Concentrator family of IP SANs, Voyager comes standard with six or 10 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) iSCSI connections, but is offered with optional quad 10Gb Ethernet connections to achieve performance of up to 950MB/s. This performance makes Voyager ideal for critical applications involving online transaction processing, databases, email, disk-based archives, disk-to-disk backup, virtual servers and other core business uses.

Voyager supports a wide range of virtual server environments including VMware, Citrix XenServer, Virtual Iron and Microsoft. With more than 75 percent of our customers either considering or currently using server virtualization, Voyager gives them all the speed and performance they require, plus high availability to ensure support of the most demanding applications and IT environments,” said Bahman Jalali, director of product management for StoneFly.

StoneFly Inc.

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