11/3/2003 - Dot Hill's (NASDAQ:HILL) SANnet® II storage solutions will be featured at SIMO TCI, International Data Processing, Multimedia and Communications Show in Madrid, Spain November 4-9, at Juan Carlos I Exhibition Centre, Hall 7D. The SANnet II Fibre Channel storage system will be demonstrated in a storage area network (SAN) configuration.
Dot Hill is partnering with German-based channel partner INCOM for this event. The Dot Hill solution demonstration will be ongoing throughout the SIMO show at INCOM/Dot Hill stand 176 . The live demonstration will be a heterogeneous SAN environment, including the SANnet II FC storage system and multiple servers running different operating systems. SAN heterogeneous support and cross-platform SAN management is enabled by Dot Hill's storage software suite, SANpath® and SANscape®, respectively.
The SANnet II family of storage systems provides industry-leading 99.9998+ percent uptime in a compact, rugged enclosure. SANnet II brings enterprise class features into the workgroup and virtually eliminates downtime with no single point of failure. The common modular architecture of the SANnet II product family provides seamless scalability for future growth.
All SANnet II products feature hot-swappable, field-replaceable components including drives, controllers, power supplies, fans and event monitoring units. This product line meets MIL-STD-810F standards for the U.S. Department of Defense and is certified to the telecommunications industry NEBS Level 3 standard.
Dot Hill Systems Corp. is a leader in the innovative design and delivery of storage networking solutions to channel partners worldwide. Its products include the SANnet family of storage systems, SANscape storage management software, SANpath storage networking software and professional training, support and service. For more information, visit Dot Hill on the web at www.dothill.com.
Dot Hill, the Dot Hill logo, SANnet, SANscape, and SANpath are trademarks of Dot Hill Systems Corp.
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