ioSafe, a provider of data storage and business continuity solutions, has announced the release of the ioSafe Server 5: claimed to be the industry’s first fire and waterproof server. Server 5 protects data from fire up to 1550°F for 30 minutes per ASTM E-119 and from floods up to a 10-foot depth for three days.
Designed to run either Windows Server 2012 or Linux and equipped with an Intel Xeon processor, 16 to 128GB of DDR4 RAM, dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet adapters for increased bandwidth and automatic failover and capacities between 5 and 40TB, Server 5 is able to handle demanding office workloads while providing protection for data.
Server 5 is cloud-ready and replicates data either to the ioSafe Cloud or a third-party service or be backed up to a secondary location or device, including the ioSafe 515 BDR appliance.
“Server 5 was designed to help organizations faced with increasing demands and limited resources to better protect their data and can be used to build a complete disaster recovery and business continuity solution that ensures data is 100 percent protected and can be restored anywhere, anytime with or without an Internet connection,” said Robb Moore, ioSafe CEO. “It’s truly zero RPO for the SME office without expensive twin synchronous data centers.”www.iosafe.com