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ProStor launches low-cost archive

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A new low-cost archive system uses removable disks to provide 2.5 terabytes online, while offering an infinite data capacity offline, according to its developer, ProStor Systems.

ProStor launches low-cost archive
A new low-cost archive system uses removable disks to provide 2.5 terabytes online, while offering an infinite data capacity offline, according to its developer, ProStor Systems. Priced around $15,000, the new ProStor InfiniVault Model 5 has slots to accommodate five 500GB removable disks and a 1.8TB file area that can manage 250 million files. The system supports HIPAA rules for the storage of healthcare data, according to the company.

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