StorPool update adds data backup, disaster recovery options, iSCSI support
Bulgarian storage company StorPool has made a major upgrade to its software that includes support for native data backup and restore capabilities, full iSCSI support, and support for multi-threading that can concurrently execute multiple processes.
According to the company, the latter means that it can achieve per-node performance that is up to 80 percent faster, offering from 100,000 to up to 180,000 IOPS. The improved hardware performance will enable customers to build storage systems at well below $0.1/IOPS, the company says.
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