Enterprise, High Performance, and Video Processing
Benefit from scalable storage performance and video processing with this Enterprise server. This 2U platform brings you scalability and performance to adapt to a variety of the most demanding and process- intensive video surveillance applications.
Up to 288 TB of raw storage allows for long-term video storage and archiving. Paired with the latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor, this provides high density storage with Enterprise throughput for the most demanding applications.
Better performance is provided with dual SSDs for accelerated boot and application load times. Remote management, provided by iDRAC, allows for constant system status and critical resource monitoring. RAID 6 storage, in addition to redundant 1100 W power supplies, provide system reliability and high availability, while a five-year, on-site, next business day, Keep Your Hard Drive warranty ensures peace of mind.
NAS Storage System offers maximum storage efficiency and convenience
Up to 288 tb Data Storage Capacity - great for demanding organizational needs
Robust scalability up to 2 drives to let you expand limitlessly
Through RAID levels (1, 6), RAID provides data reliability, fault tolerance and improves overall performance
Optimize business network's performance with 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity
Holds 18 HDDs for up to 288 tb of storage
Xeon Silver processor offers maximum productivity in a timely efficient manner
RAID technology - data reliability, fault tolerance and improved overall performance
Name: Pelco VXS2B-E216-N12S VideoXpert Storage Server, E-Series Enterprise, 2U 18-Bay Rackmount, Schneider Electric SA, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, Servers & Storage, Hard Disk Drives
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