60Tb Servers

The possibilities are endless from CCTV, Voice, Data, today's storage servers will change the way we live and work.

All Our 60Tb Servers are Compatible with and can be supplied with :


Microsoft Windows Storage Server

 

60Tb

 


All Version of Linux

To address the unique requirements of the on demand world, Broadberry 60Tb Servers help set new standards for performance, automation and integration as well as for capabilities that support continuous data availability. This storage system also supports many advanced copy functions, which can be critical for increasing data availability by providing important disaster recovery and backup protection.

With the explosion of data being stored the face of backup is rapidly changing. No longer can a single tape drive be relied upon to cope with the ever-increasing capacities of disk drives and drive sub-systems. Even more serious is the shrinking time windows within which to do the back-ups.

Microsoft Windows Storage Server can Mirror Complete Servers on a real time basis or 24 shadow basis.


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Our 60Tb Servers are designed around the worlds leading technology, Each 60Tb Server is custom made to ensure each and every one of our customers requirements are met to the finest detail. Click here for our complete range of Rackmount & Industrial Servers.

Available Storage
Size of Server


4U (Upto 5 Terabyte) Server

 

1 Terabyte
2 Terabyte
3 Terabyte
4 Terabyte

6.4 Terabyte
10 Terabyte

 

1U
2U
3U
3U/4U
4U
5U

 


1U (Upto 1.6 Terabytes) Server


5U (Upto 10 Terabytes) Server

 

Our Complete Range of Storage Servers :

Raid 0 RAID Level 0: Provides data striping (spreading out blocks of each file across multiple disks) but no redundancy. This improves performance but does not deliver fault tolerance. Compatible with Windows & Linux
Raid 1 RAID Level 1: Provides disk mirroring. Compatible with Windows & Linux
Raid 3 RAID Level 3: Same as Level 0, but also reserves one dedicated disk for error correction data. It provides good performance and some level of fault tolerance. Compatible with Windows & Linux
Raid 5 RAID Level 5: Provides data striping at the byte level and also stripe error correction information. This results in excellent performance and good fault tolerance. Compatible with Windows & Linux
Raid 50 RAID Level 50: Is a combination of RAID 5 and RAID 0. Compatible with Windows & Linux
iSCSI Storage iSCSI, or internet SCSI, is an IETF standard which maps SCSI blocks into Ethernet packets. Fundamentally, the iSCSI protocol is a method for transporting low latency SCSI blocks across IP networks.

Rackmount Storage

Raid Array

RAID Short for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks, a category of disk drives that employ two or more drives in combination for fault tolerance and performance. RAID disk drives are used frequently on servers but aren't generally necessary for personal computers. Windows or Linux Ready.

Digital Video Recorder

Digital Video Record or DVR for Short
Is a Storage Server that can store a large amount of Video Footage from Digital Camera Systems. Using Mpeg3/4, AVI, and other compression standards. from 1 to 50 Terabyte are available

Linux Storage All our Storage Server are fully Compatible with Most version of Linux
Linux Digital Video Recorder Our DVR Solutions can be used on a Windows or Linux based operating system. DVR Storage.
Voice Recorder Storage Our Storage Servers are also used for storing voice and sound from telephone systems for large organisations. Hundreds ort Thousand of Hours can be stored and instantly accessed. Linux or Windows Compatible
Storage Array Our Storage Arrays, and Large Volume Storage systems are available from 1 to 100 Terabytes.
Linux or Windows Compatible
Volume Storage

High Density Storage, High End Storage, Linux High End Storage, Linux High Density Storage

Redundant Storage Redundant Storage, Linux Redundant Storage
RackMount Storage All our Storage Servers are usually RackMount Storage but we are happy to supply Pedestal solutions. Available with Linux or Windows
Enterprise Storage This is basically a server capable of large storage for a large organisation. This can be expanded easily, and is very cost effective
High Density Back up Storage Our Hard Drive Backup Storage is usually cheaper, faster and more accessible than tape solutions. Linux or Windows, Rackmount Backup
RAID Storage All our Storage Servers come with RAID Controllers for Raid Level 0/1/5/10/50 options. This allows a number of hard drives to fail without loosing any data, and to keep running with no down time.
SCSI Storage

All our Storage Servers are available with Fast SCSI or Serial ATA Drives as options.

SCSI Drives are faster, but Serial ATA are Larger Capacity and more cost effective

Linux Backup Storage A Linux Backup Server
Linux RAID Storage

Wasabi Storage
Wasabi iSCSI
Wasabi Software

Linux SCSI Storage Datacore Storage
Datacore iSCSI
Datacore Software
Serial ATA Storage Datacore SanMelody Storage
Datacore SanMelody iSCSI
Datacore SanMelody Software
High Volume IT Storage Linux High Volume IT Storage
Computer Storage Linux Computer Storage, LINUX Storage, Free BSD Storage, Windows Storage, Windows 2003 Storage
Hard Disk Storage Linux Hard Disk Storage
Expandable Storage
Storage Upgrade
NAS Network Attached Storage, Linux NAS, Linux Network Attached Storage
Storage Cluster
DAS Direct Attached Storage, iSCSI DAS
SAN Storage Area Network, Linux SAN, Linux Storage Area Network, SAN Storage, iSCSI SAN, iSCSI NAS
Linux Serial ATA Storage
1 Terabyte 1 Terabyte Servers in 1U Rackmount Server (4 x 250Gb Drives)
2 Terabyte 2 Terabyte Servers in 2U Rackmount Server (5 x 400Gb Drives)
3 Terabyte 3.2 Terabyte Servers in 2U Rackmount Server (8 x 400Gb
4 Terabyte 4 Terabyte Servers in 4U Rackmount Server (16 x 250Gb Drives)
5 Terabyte 5.6 Terabyte Servers in 4U Rackmount Server (14 x 400Gb Drives)
6 Terabyte 6 Terabyte Servers in 4U Rackmount Server (15 x 400Gb Drives)
7 Terabyte 7 Terabyte Servers in 5U Rackmount Server (18 x 400Gb Drives)
8 Terabyte 8 Terabyte Servers in 4U Rackmount Server (20 x 400Gb Drives)
10 Terabyte 10 Terabyte Servers in 5U Rackmount Server (25 x 400Gb Drives)
20 Terabyte 2 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
30 Terabyte 3 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
40 Terabyte 4 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
50 Terabyte 5 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
60 Terabyte 6 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
70 Terabyte 7 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
80 Terabyte 8 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
90 Terabyte 9 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
100 Terabyte 10 x 10 Terabyte Servers (Linked)
SATA Storage Serial ATA Storage
iSCSI
iSCSI Fibre Channel Storage IP Storage
iSCSI Fail Over CLI Storage
iSCSI Fault Tolerance
iSCSI Serial ATA Storage
iSCSI SATA Storage
Software
iSCSI Target iSCSI Initiator Software
iSCSI RAID Mirror
iSCSI Windows 2003 Storage iSCSI Microsoft Storage
iSCSI Gate way
iSCSI Load Balancing iSCSI Replication
iSCSI Snapshot iSCSI Back up
iSCSI Real time Back up iSCSI Initiator
iSCSI RAID
iSCSI RAID 5
iSCSI RAID 55
iSCSI RAID 50
iSCSI RAID 51
iSCSI RAID 500
iSCSI RAID 505
iSCSI Storage Solution iSCSI Storage Implementation
iSCSI Storage System
iSCSI SAN iSCSI Storage Area Network
iSCSI Enclosures iSCSI System
iSCSI NAS iSCSI Network Attached Storage
iSCSI Target iSCSI Node
iSCSI Head Node
IDE Storage
Fibre Channel Storage
Large Capacity Storage
S-ATA Large Capacity Storage
24 Drive Bay Serial ATA Storage
16 Drive Bay Serial ATA Storage
24 Drive Bay SATA Storage
16 Drive Bay SATA Storage
24 Drive Bay SCSI Storage
16 Drive Bay SCSI Storage
1U Storage Linux 1U Storage
2U Storage Linux 2U Storage
3U Storage Linux 3U Storage
4U Storage Linux 4U Storage
5U Storage Linux 5U Storage
6U Storage Linux 6U Storage
7U Storage Linux 7U Storage
8U Storage Linux 8U Storage
Terabyte 1U Storage
Terabyte 2U Storage
Terabyte 3U Storage
Terabyte 4U Storage
Terabyte 5U Storage
Terabyte 6U Storage
Terabyte 7U Storage
Terabyte 8U Storage
Linux Expandable Storage
Linux Storage Upgrade
Linux Storage Cluster
External SCSI Storage
External SATA Storage  
iSCSI Storage iSCSI, or internet SCSI, is an IETF standard which maps SCSI blocks into Ethernet packets. Fundamentally, the iSCSI protocol is a method for transporting low latency SCSI blocks across IP networks.

   
   
   

Broadberry's extensive range of Storage Solutions, & Volume Storage should suit every kind of business. All types of applications from video storage, voice storage, backup storage, additional network storage, DVR Storage. We have proven technology that has been working in various critical applications. With triple redundant power supplied, RAID 0, 1, 5, 10, 50 all available. Hot Swap Drive Modules based on Serial ATA or SCSI Technology.

Our Systems are fully Compatible with all major operating systems including Windows 2000/XP, Windows 2003, Linux, Free BSD, etc.

Price does not have to be an issue with prices starting from £1 per Gigabyte of storage.

Broadberry Data Systems have been Building 60Tb Servers for over 15 Years. With a proven track record and the toughest channel membership awards under our belts we can offer a real solutions you can rely on.

If you require a 60Tb Server we believe we can offer the Best Solution and with the Best Price.

 

Please Contact us with your 60Tb Server Requirements We Believe we can offer the Best Quality and Best Price Solution Available for 60Tb Servers.

Broadberry 60Tb Servers are backed by our Advanced Warranty Options if required.

We Can deliver 60Tb Servers within 48 hours or sooner if required.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 & 100 Terabyte Storage is Available
in sizes of 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U, 5U, 6U, 7U, Chassis's.

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Storage Terms :

RAID

Short for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks, a category of disk drives that employ two or more drives in combination for fault tolerance and performance. RAID disk drives are used frequently on servers but aren't generally necessary for personal computers. Windows or Linux Ready.

There are number of different RAID levels. The three most common are 0, 3, and 5:

RAID Level 0: Provides data striping (spreading out blocks of each file across multiple disks) but no redundancy. This improves performance but does not deliver fault tolerance. Compatible with Windows & Linux

Related Terms and technology.

Data mirroring

The act of copying data from one location to a storage device in real time. Because the data is copied in real time, the information stored from the original location is always an exact copy of the data from the production device. Data mirroring is useful in the speedy recovery of critical data after a disaster. Data mirroring can be implemented locally or offsite at a completely different location.

Disk drive

A machine that reads data from and writes data onto a disk. A disk drive rotates the disk very fast and has one or more heads that read and write data.

There are different types of disk drives for different types of disks. For example, a hard disk drive (HDD) reads and writes hard disks, and a floppy drive (FDD) accesses floppy disks. A magnetic disk drive reads magnetic disks, and an optical drive reads optical disks.

Disk drives can be either internal (housed within the computer) or external (housed in a separate box that connects to the computer).

Disk mirroring

A technique in which data is written to two duplicate disks simultaneously. This way if one of the disk drives fails, the system can instantly switch to the other disk without any loss of data or service. Disk mirroring is used commonly in on-line database systems where it's critical that the data be accessible at all times.

Disk striping

A technique for spreading data over multiple disk drives. Disk striping can speed up operations that retrieve data from disk storage. The computer system breaks a body of data into units and spreads these units across the available disks. Systems that implement disk striping generally allow the user to select the data unit size or stripe width.

Disk striping is available in two types. Single user striping uses relatively large data units, and improves performance on a single-user workstation by allowing parallel transfers from different disks. Multi-user striping uses smaller data units and improves performance in a multi-user environment by allowing simultaneous (or overlapping) read operations on multiple disk drives.

Disk striping stores each data unit in only one place and does not offer protection from disk failure.

Fault tolerance

The ability of a system to respond gracefully to an unexpected hardware or software failure. There are many levels of fault tolerance, the lowest being the ability to continue operation in the event of a power failure. Many fault-tolerant computer systems mirror all operations -- that is, every operation is performed on two or more duplicate systems, so if one fails the other can take over.

JBOD

Just a Bunch Of Disks Used to refer to hard disks that aren't configured according to RAID -- a subsystem of disk drives that improves performance and fault tolerance.

ROMB

Short for RAID on motherboard, a memory system in which every component of the RAID subsystem is placed directly on the motherboard. A ROMB system is advantageous because the RAID component of the system is kept separate from the PCI buses so that the PCI buses do not interfere with RAID traffic and cause bottlenecking. The motherboard also typically stays cooler than other parts of a computer; therefore, the RAID system works more efficiently and reliably because it too stays cooler.

One disadvantage to a ROMB system is that the hardware is not upgraded easily.

NAS

A network-attached storage (NAS) device is a server that is dedicated to nothing more than file sharing. NAS does not provide any of the activities that a server in a server-centric system typically provides, such as e-mail, authentication or file management. NAS allows more hard disk storage space to be added to a network that already utilizes servers without shutting them down for maintenance and upgrades. With a NAS or SAN device, storage is not an integral part of the server. Instead, in this storage-centric design, the server still handles all of the processing of data but a NAS device delivers the data to the user. A NAS device does not need to be located within the server but can exist anywhere in a LAN and can be made up of multiple networked NAS devices.

ATA

Short for Advanced Technology Attachment, a disk drive implementation that integrates the controller on the disk drive itself. There are several versions of ATA,

ATA: Known also as IDE, supports one or two hard drives, a 16-bit interface and PIO modes 0, 1 and 2.
ATA-2: Supports faster PIO modes (3 and 4) and multiword DMA modes (1 and 2). Also supports logical block addressing (LBA) and block transfers. ATA-2 is marketed as Fast ATA and Enhanced IDE (EIDE).
ATA-3: Minor revision to ATA-2.
Ultra-ATA: Also called Ultra-DMA, ATA-33, and DMA-33, supports multiword DMA mode 3 running at 33 MBps.
ATA/66: A version of ATA proposed by Quantum Corporation, and supported by Intel, that doubles ATA's throughput to 66 MBps.
ATA/100: An updated version of ATA/66 that increases data transfer rates to 100 MBps.

SCSI

Short for small computer system interface. Pronounced "scuzzy," SCSI is a parallel interface standard used by Apple Macintosh computers, PCs, and many UNIX systems for attaching peripheral devices to computers. Nearly all Apple Macintosh computers, excluding only the earliest Macs and the recent iMac, come with a SCSI port for attaching devices such as disk drives and printers.

SCSI interfaces provide for faster data transmission rates (up to 80 megabytes per second) than standard serial and parallel ports. In addition, you can attach many devices to a single SCSI port, so that SCSI is really an I/O bus rather than simply an interface.

Although SCSI is an ANSI standard, there are many variations of it, so two SCSI interfaces may be incompatible. For example, SCSI supports several types of connectors.

While SCSI has been the standard interface for Macintoshes, the iMac comes with IDE, a less expensive interface, in which the controller is integrated into the disk or CD-ROM drive. Other interfaces supported by PCs include enhanced IDE and ESDI for mass storage devices, and Centronics for printers. You can, however, attach SCSI devices to a PC by inserting a SCSI board in one of the expansion slots. Many high-end new PCs come with SCSI built in. Note, however, that the lack of a single SCSI standard means that some devices may not work with some SCSI boards.

The following varieties of SCSI are currently implemented:

SCSI-1: Uses an 8-bit bus, and supports data rates of 4 MBps
SCSI-2: Same as SCSI-1, but uses a 50-pin connector instead of a 25-pin connector, and supports multiple devices.
Wide SCSI: Uses a wider cable (168 cable lines to 68 pins) to support 16-bit transfers.
Fast SCSI: Uses an 8-bit bus, but doubles the clock rate to support data rates of 10 MBps.
Fast Wide SCSI: Uses a 16-bit bus and supports data rates of 20 MBps.
Ultra SCSI: Uses an 8-bit bus, and supports data rates of 20 MBps.
SCSI-3: Uses a 16-bit bus and supports data rates of 40 MBps. Also called Ultra Wide SCSI.
Ultra2 SCSI: Uses an 8-bit bus and supports data rates of 40 MBps.
Wide Ultra2 SCSI: Uses a 16-bit bus and supports data rates of 80 MBps

SERIAL-ATA

Often abbreviated SATA or S-ATA, an evolution of the Parallel ATA physical storage interface. Serial ATA is a serial link -- a single cable with a minimum of four wires creates a point-to-point connection between devices. Transfer rates for Serial ATA begin at 150MBps. One of the main design advantages of Serial ATA is that the thinner serial cables facilitate more efficient airflow inside a form factor and also allow for smaller chassis designs. In contrast, IDE cables used in parallel ATA systems are bulkier than Serial ATA cables and can only extend to 40cm long, while Serial ATA cables can extend up to one meter.

Serial ATA supports all ATA and ATAPI devices.

RAID - NAS - SAN - DVR - JBOD - Enterprise Storage - Backup Storage - Digital Video Recorder - Voice Recorder - Linux Storage - Linux Storage Upgrade - Linux NAS - Linux Network Attached Storage -
Linux Storage Cluster -
Linux SAN - Linux Storage Area Network - External SCSI Storage - External SATA Storage - LINUX Storage - Free BSD Storage - Windows Storage

Windows 2003 Storage,

     
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