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How can the flexibility of the HP StorageWorks P2000 G3 MSA Array Systems help remedy large storage needs and small budgets? By offering high-performance 8 Gb FC, Combo FC/iSCSI, 6 Gb SAS, 1 Gb or 10 GbE iSCSI connected arrays designed for efficient storage consolidation at affordable prices. The FC/iSCSI Combo controller gives the flexibility to share the array resources over two protocols, supporting the needs of dissimilar departments and budgets.
All P2000 G3 MSA Arrays ship standard with 64 Snapshots and Volume Copy enabled for increased data protection. The FC and Combo FC/iSCSI controllers allow replication with optional Remote Snap software. The arrays allow departments and small to medium businesses to grow capacity as needed up to 149 drives. Mixing of LFF and SFF enterprise-class SAS and archival-class SATA drives is supported. Configure with a single controller for low initial cost, or dual controllers for high availability for the most demanding entry-level situations.
Easily Managed, Highly Affordable, Highly Efficient Storage Consolidation - The HP StorageWorks P2000 G3 MSA Array Systems deliver low cost, consolidated storage array solutions to meet departmental and small to medium businesses requirements with 8 Gb Fibre Channel, Combo FC/iSCSI, 6 Gb SAS, and 1 Gb or 10 GbE iSCSI systems accommodating LFF and SFF SAS and SATA drives.
Start Small and Grow in Number of Supported Servers and Total Capacity - Flexible - The P2000 G3 FC MSA allows customers to grow their storage as demands increase up to 57.6 TB SAS or 192 TB SATA supporting up to 64 hosts for Fibre Channel and 10GbE iSCSI arrays. The P2000 G3 MSA arrays can support 7 LFF enclosures and 96 drives or 5 SFF enclosures and a maximum of 149 drives.
Comprehensive Data Protection in an Easily Administered SAN Environment - Reduce risk of IT failure with dual active/active controllers, dual-ported drives, and redundant hardware components.