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"The SGI InfiniteStorage 6700 is optimized for real-time applications requiring lower latency and multiple high-throughput video data streams involving hundreds of megabytes per second or even in excess of gigabytes per second," said John Howarth, director, Storage Group, SGI. "This is very unique, high-end, high-performance storage that very rapidly moves very large blocks of data for the cutting-edge laboratories and businesses that will define the future of computational excellence."
The SGI InfiniteStorage 6700, based on DataDirect Networks technology, can be ordered today for delivery this quarter and will be RoHS compliant. Entry level configurations start at 10.5 TB. For more information, contact SGI or visit http://www.sgi.com/products/storage .
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