Xserve RAID Upgraded to 10.5 Terabyte Capacity

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Date: Tuesday, January 23rd, 2007, 16:18
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On Tuesday, Apple announced that the company has updated its Xserve RAID array, upping its storage capacity to 10.5 terabytes of space at a new lowered cost of US$1.31 per gigabyte according to Macworld News.
The Xserve RAID is compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris, Netware and mixed environments. Apple is currently selling its higher capacity drives separately for owners of the seven terabyte Xserve RAID devices to upgrade the drives without replacing the entire hardware base. The entire seven terabyte configuration’s price has been lowered to US$12,399.
Apple’s current 10.5 terabyte Xserve RAID configuration is currently available as a build-to-order device and is available through the online Apple Store channel as well as through phone representatives at 1-800-MY-APPLE.


xserve.jpg
On Tuesday, Apple announced that the company has updated its Xserve RAID array, upping its storage capacity to 10.5 terabytes of space at a new lowered cost of US$1.31 per gigabyte according to Macworld News.
The Xserve RAID is compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris, Netware and mixed environments. Apple is currently selling its higher capacity drives separately for owners of the seven terabyte Xserve RAID devices to upgrade the drives without replacing the entire hardware base. The entire seven terabyte configuration’s price has been lowered to US$12,399.
Apple’s current 10.5 terabyte Xserve RAID configuration is currently available as a build-to-order device and is available through the online Apple Store channel as well as through phone representatives at 1-800-MY-APPLE.

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