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Scientifically speaking, storage vendor Isilon systems is hugifying its clustered NAS lineup. The storage firm is expanding its modular storage pool family by fitting 1TB drives into a new pair of nodes, boasting 250TB max capacity in a single rack. The new clustered NAS offerings are the IQ 12000, a performance-oriented system …

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  1. Graham Jordan

    Sure its biiiig

    But for your average male adult with a healthy addiction to porn, is it enough?

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Pirate

    Is this actualy news

    Isilon is using the same SATA II drives as everyone else. They don't build them, they don't design them. They just order them fro Seagate, Western Digital, Fujitsu etc and then slot them into their 'box'. Dell, EMC, HP, HDS and everyone else is doing the same.

    THIS IS NOT NEWS.

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