Breece Hill BizGuardian

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It is not often that I find a device that is clearly a requirement for my own data centre and it's fair to say that the BizGuardian is now on my wish list. If there are any criticisms of the BizGuardian it would be that it only comes with EMC Retrospect. Providing the SQL Server, Exchange Server and UIR options as standard would be a more inclusive option.

Server Motherboard: Intel Network interface: Auto-sensing GigE Memory: 2GB Operating system: Windows 2003 Server 32-bit Standard

Disk Native capacity: 2 - 4TB (drive dependent) Number of drives: 8 SATA disk drives Disk size options: 250GB or 500GB Logical disk setup: RAID 5

Tape Drive Type: HP full-height LTO 3 Number of drives: 1 Number of cartridges: 10 Media: LTO 3 or LTO 3 WORM Native storage capacity: 4TB Compressed storage capacity: 8TB Native tape cartridge capacity: 400GB Compressed tape cartridge capacity: 800GB

Dimensions Height: 7 in (17.8 cm); 4U, rackmount only Depth: 30 in (76.2 cm) Width: 17.5 in (44.5 cm) Weight: 75 lbs (34 kg)

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