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D-Link Announces DSN-4000 Series iSCSI SAN Arrays

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D-Link announced the DSN-4000 Series xStack Storage iSCSI SAN Array, which targets secondary server applications such as disaster recovery, backup, surveillance, and archiving in small to mid-size businesses.

D-Link is offering the DSN-4100 and DSN-4200 arrays in a 3U form factor with up to 32 TB of capacity in 16 SAS/SATA drive bays. Customers can expand the system to 48 drive bays and 96 TB of capacity. The 4100 includes four 1 GbE ports delivering a combined bandwidth of 425 MB/s, while the 4200 provides eight ports and 850 MB/s.

The 16-bay base DSN-4100 array is available for $5000, while the 16-bay DSN-4200 unit is priced at $6200. The DSN-4000 expansion unit sells for $3200.

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    mavroxur , September 22, 2011 6:22 PM
    I just don't picture D-Link in an enterprise environment.....
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    Inferno1217 , September 22, 2011 6:42 PM
    mavroxurI just don't picture D-Link in an enterprise environment.....


    I just can't picture anything from D-Link.
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    FlyPonix , September 22, 2011 9:48 PM
    we just bought an 8TB SAN from Dell and it was 40k dollars...
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    t_wilson , September 23, 2011 1:34 AM
    otacon72..reading that gave me a headache.

    I bought a D-Link DIR-655 over a year ago and I'm happy with it. It's a very solid product.
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    t_wilson , September 23, 2011 1:36 AM
    aaahhhhhh.... I quoted the wrong comment.
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    kikireeki , September 23, 2011 2:15 AM
    Long time no see D-Link!
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    JOSHSKORN , September 23, 2011 2:33 AM
    Inferno1217I just can't picture anything from D-Link.

    No comment about enterprise level hardware but for the most part, I've only owned D-link routers and they're solid. Only time I had something different was a Linksys router, which I returned for a D-link because it kept dropping signal.
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    ThisIsMe , September 23, 2011 10:29 AM
    There is no reason for these things to cost as much as they do. And these are right at the bottom starting price range for this catagory, too. Seriously, just cuz you can charge that much doesn't mean you should. Most of these devices, even by the "higher end" brands, are not worth more than maybe $1,000 at best. The devices listed above should not cost more than $300 empty, with no drives installed.

    ...just saying
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    Pailin , September 24, 2011 6:30 PM
    REALLY TOMS....

    Please Do Not Allow Adds that play sound On as default and Certainly NOT Adds we cannot silence...

    I am Sure Many users here Open Many News pages at once. Is Just Plain annoying trying to hunt down Which page(s) are making the noise >_<

    Please Fix ^^