New and improved! Our 3rd Generation Networked Storage Server is part of our new brand of NAS products called JMR SHARE. It has a new motherboard and updated software that is more powerful with new features.
3G BlueStor NAS
The 3rd Generation BlueStor Networked Storage Server is reduced cost but retails Enterprise class features in the rugged BlueStor framework.
The BlueStor Networked Storage Server has a unique patented modular design that uses no cables in the data path, minimizing airflow restrictions and points of failure. The 3U rack mounted SAS/SATA system can accommodate sixteen (16) 3.5″ or 2.5″ SAS, SATA, or Solid State Drives, and uses vertically-mounted disk drives in designed-in lightweight, low cost, vibration dampening disk drive canisters for the highest signal integrity and airflow. The result is lower drive temperatures, higher operational efficiency and extreme reliability.
The server also offers a multitude of enterprise features including sixteen (16) SAS/SATA disk drive bays, four (N+1 configured) high-velocity cooling fans, dual 620W (N+1) hot-swappable power supplies, dual internal SAS expanders, four 1Gb/s NIC ports or optional Dual/Quad 10Gb/s, quad memory channel architecture, PCIe 3.0 expansion slots, and a high performance motherboard with a 3.5 GHz quad-core Intel i7 CPU, and an Intel™ Z97 Express chipset.
In addition, the BlueStor Networked Storage Server is SES 2.0 compliant and provides real-time disk activity/failure status for every drive bay as well as physical user interface controls and indicators for power and cooling status with visible and audible alarms, plus front panel “on-off” and “reset” switches.
The powerful BlueStor Networked Storage Server’s euroNAS operating system has a number of features, which make it attractive to both IT and A/V professionals, including AFP, NFS, SMB/CIFS and FTP support; built-in iSCSI target with support for VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XEN; and Fibre Channel target with support for VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XEN; asynchronous replication that replicates storage to another server; snapshot replication that replicates live data quickly and reliability; and point-in-time snapshots that recover files to the earlier state.