This week NetApp announced two new New Cluster- and Flash-Enabled midrange storage arrays, the FAS3220 and FAS3250. These models are part of a complete product refresh that has occurred over the past 2 years, beginning with a FAS6200 redesign in late 2010, followed by a complete FAS2200 makeover earlier this year.
The FAS3200 series is a flexible platform that can be tailored for virtualized, private cloud or traditional environments, requiring only a few terabytes of storage to over 2PB in a single system. When clustered, a FAS infrastructure can scale performance and capacity across 24 storage nodes. This architecture provides significant performance and capacity scale while delivering nondisruptive operations by enabling transparent upgrades, system replacements, and performance balancing.
Read the full press release on netapp.com