ISE Storage System
The ISE storage system is an easy to use, high performance fibre channel storage system supporting SAS HDDs. ISE storage provides Enterprise-class reliability with self-healing capabilities. ISE storage systems are an excellent for Citrix Xen, VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Exchange 2010, SQL Server 2008, SharePoint and Oracle.
ISE storage system provides high performance during its complete lifecycle due to the way it handles vibration, heat dissipation, data placement and drive reliability. Additionally, the disk drives within ISE storage systems are not treated as individual and disposable components, but rather as a single organism. As such, they work congruently resulting in higher performance and reliability.
High Performance for All Workloads
Manage multiple, simultaneous streaming and random IO patterns with advanced scheduling algorithms and unique queue priority reordering capabilities.
ISE manages drives rather than failing them resulting in 100x reliability improvements over standard drives.
Fully active-active controllers
True dual data paths to storage provides increased performance and 1-second failover without resorting to complex multipath drivers.
Complete logical and physical management through a simple REST-based interface.
The Only 5-Year Warranty in Storage
ISE Storage is backed by a no cost 5-year hardware warranty based on its reliability and self-healing capabilities. XIO is the only storage company willing to stand by its reliability claim.
XIO customers can aggregate multiple ISE storage systems creating a massively scalable grid. X-Volume provides near linear scalability. The performance of ISE continues to scale beyond a single system. X-Volume can enable multiple ISE storage systems to achieve hundreds of thousands of IOPS and beyond.
1.End-user capacity is in GB, where 1GB = 1024MiB; 1MiB = 1024KiB; 1KiB = 1024B. This is the same number as will be displayed in disk management software (Disk Manager on Windows, fdisk or similar on Unix) rather than the number quoted by other vendors who use 1GB = 1000MB etc. It is also after sparing, metadata and RAID.
2.Performance is based on industry standard benchmarks. Your results, based on different workloads and/or system configurations, may vary.