New Intel White Paper Reveals Best Practices for Intel® RAID High Available Solution

Intel has released a new white paper that outlines a best practices storage configuration with the Intel® RAID High Available Solution.

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(PRWEB) January 28, 2014

The Intel RAID High Available Solution Best Practices White Paper details a high availability solution with a simple installation and ease-of-use experience for the user or value-added-reseller. The goal of the design outlined is to produce a high availability solution with a simple installation and ease-of-use experience for the user or value-added-reseller.

The white paper demonstrates how the Intel RAID High Availability Storage, powered by LSI* Syncro technology, helps make storage more reliable, versatile and economical.

As a simple software upgrade to existing RAID controllers, Intel RAID High Availability combines two storage RAID controllers with two servers to provide a redundant, simplified server failover cluster. It reduces latency by half and reduces the cost of building high availability server clusters by 60 percent while increasing performance by 25 percent.

The paper is available at the following location: http://www.intelraid.com/high-availability/

About Intel RAID
The next generation of RAID storage solutions is designed to meet today’s evolving data center and cloud computing demands, especially big data, cloud computing and other applications. For more information visit: http://www.intel.com/go/raid

1 Percentages are theoretical and based on a pre-defined configuration compared to an industry-leading alternative product. Actual deltas are subject to change.

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