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09-25-2009, 04:14 AM #1
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- Mar 2009
- Clifton, NJ, USA
Natcoweb Announces Availability of Servers with 2 TB HDD
Natcoweb.com offers 2TB HDD Server Solution for clients looking for greater storage capacity within 1U enclosure as well as lower power consumption. The new 3.5-inch Enterprise SATA Hard Drive is a part of the Caviar Green family, which in its turn, is part of WDs low-energy line.Natcoweb
This new generation of WD RE-GP drives offers even lower cost-of-ownership to businesses managing large volumes of data. The drive uses IntelliPower and IntelliSeek which calculates the “balance of spin speed, transfer rate and caching algorithms designed to deliver both significant power savings and solid performance".
Using 2TB HDD Natcoweb customers can achieve a maximum storage capacity with Single Dual Core or Dual Quad Core configurations. Used for Storage system, Blade system and Database system solutions, 2TB HDD becomes a competitive weapon for projects employing high performance business applications allowing to achieve the highest levels of storage efficiency while consuming less energy.
Natcoweb provides numerous services specializing in web hosting, dedicated hosting, and colocation. Safety and scalability are the principles the company follows to deliver colocation and dedicated solutions to SMBs all over the world. Natcoweb makes clients’ success part of its development plan and smoothly upgrades customers’ projects once they grow.
To provide excellent connectivity solutions and high speed transfer for clients’ data, Natcoweb employs an extensive team of experts in the sphere of server management and cluster engineering. The company offers a wide variety of server configurations to match needs of any SMB, along with Blade system, Database system and Storage system solutions. For clients with specific needs the company offers “Build your server” feature allowing customers to create any server configuration that meets exactly their requirements and budget.
For more information please visit: http://www.natcoweb.com