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Apple introduces Xsan storage file system

updated 03:40 pm EDT, Sun April 18, 2004

Apple introduces Xsan

Apple today introduced , a high-performance, enterprise-class Storage Area Network (SAN) file system priced at the industry's most aggressive price point of $1000 per system. Xsan software combines breakthrough performance with Apple's legendary ease-of-use for customers who require scalable, high-speed access to centralized shared data for video workflow and storage consolidation, and is the perfect complement to Apple's award-winning Xserve and Xserve RAID hardware.




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  1. mkjellman

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    SAN

    well i think that this was a very smart direction. All apple needs now is a terminal services like application and a entry level pc for corporations and they will be all set

  1. Clive

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Entry-level PC

    The entry-level PC is a no brainer, and has been ever since Apple introduced the iMac: take the guts out of an iMac/eMac, put it in a new box, and ship it without a screen.

    But do you think Apple will ever do something quite so radical!?

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