IBM has added a new 4Gbps storage system to its midrange line-up.
The storage device, DS4800, can support up to 67 TB of data, IBM said on Wednesday. The addition to the TotalStorage line-up is designed to operate with a range of operating systems, such AIX and HPUX (IBM's and HP's respective Unix variants), Sun's Solaris and Microsoft Windows, as well as Intel and Power-based versions of Linux.
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