EonStor GSe Series – High Performance Unified Storage

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Affordable Unified Storage that supports comprehensive SAN, NAS, and object workloads

Based on vastly improved hardware and firmware, the EonStor GSe 1000 Series with 6 GB/s drive interface can handle file level protocols including CIFS/SMB, NFS, AFP, and FTP; block level protocols such as Fibre Channel, iSCSI, and SAS; and object level protocols, which let the users access files directly via browsers through the files’ unique URL and extend or backup data to cloud. It can also be used as a backup drive in disk-to-disk-to-cloud (D2D2C), turning the cloud into an easily accessible and useful element in today’s data protection.

GSe 1000 Solutions – Download Datasheet

  • Systems available in 2U / 12 Bay or 3U / 16 Bay’s
  • Unified storage providing file, block and object storage
  • Great performance with 32GB RAM
  • Supports SAS, NL-SAS, SATA HDDs
  • Ample data capacity expansion of up to 316 drives
  • Comprehensive data protection, including various data services, Self-Encrypting Drive (SED), and BBU/Super Capacitor + flash
  • Optional cloud-integration for easy expansion

GSe 2000 Solutions – Download Datasheet

  • Systems available in 2U / 12 Bay or 3U / 16 Bay’s
  • Unified storage providing file, block and object storage
  • Excellent performance with 64GB RAM
  • Supports SAS, NL-SAS, SATA HDDs
  • Supports All-flash and hybrid configurations
  • Ample data capacity expansion of up to 436 drives
  • Comprehensive data protection, including various data services, Self-Encrypting Drive (SED), and BBU/Super Capacitor + flash
  • Optional cloud-integration for easy expansion

GSe 3000 Solutions – Download Datasheet

  • Systems available in 2U / 12 Bay or 3U / 16 Bay’s
  • Unified storage providing file, block and object storage
  • Supports All-flash and hybrid configurations
  • Optional cloud-integration for easy expansion
  • Comprehensive data protection, including Intelligent Drive Recovery (IDR), snapshot, volume replication, and file-level rsync