List of networked storage hardware platforms

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Manufacturer Product Family Start capacity (TB)[1] Max Capacity (TB)[1] Block Protocols File protocols
3PAR InServ 2.3 960 FC, iSCSI
Adaptec Snap Server 0.2 44 iSCSI AFP, CIFS, FTP, HTTP, NFS
Coraid EtherDrive 1 24 AoE
Dell Compellent Storage Center 1 720 FC, iSCSI
Dell/EMC AX 0.7 45 iSCSI
Dell/EMC CX 0.7 38 FC
Dell EqualLogic PS 3.5 84 iSCSI
Dell PowerVault MD 0.1 18 iSCSI
Dell PowerVault NX 0.1 18 FC, iSCSI CIFS
EMC CLARiiON 0.3 353 FC, iSCSI
EMC Symmetrix 2 1054 FC, iSCSI
HDS HUS 2 2880 FC, iSCSI CIFS, NFS, FTP
HDS SMS 1.2 9 iSCSI
HP AiO 1 72 iSCSI CIFS, NFS, FTP, WebDAV
HP XP 2.7 851 FC, iSCSI
HP MSA 0.2 72 FC, iSCSI
IBM System Storage DS 3.6 512 FC
Infortrend ESVA 2.4 5376 FC, iSCSI
Infortrend EonStor DS 0.3 960 FC, iSCSI
Infortrend EonStor 0.07 336 FC, iSCSI
Infortrend EonNAS 0.3 960 FC, iSCSI
Isilon IQ X-series 1.8 1152 CIFS, NFS
LSI Engenio 1 112 FC, iSCSI
NetApp FAS 4 1176 FC, iSCSI CIFS, NFS, FTP, WebDAV
NetApp StoreVault 1 12 FC, iSCSI CIFS, NFS
Nexsan SATAboy/SATAbeast 4 42 FC, iSCSI
Pillar Axiom 6.5 832 FC, iSCSI CIFS, NFS, FTP
Sun StorageTek 5000 2 420 iSCSI CIFS, NFS, FTP
Sun SunFire X4500 12 24 iSCSI CIFS, NFS, FTP, WebDAV
Kaminario K2 3 100 FC
  1. ^ a b Capacity in raw Terabytes (1012 bytes) of disk space. RAID or replication levels, hot spares, and filesystems will reduce total usable capacity depending on configuration.

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