Gateway will release two new storage products

Gateway will release two new storage products

Gateway Inc. next week will release two new storage products with capacities ranging from 100G to 1.7T.

Officials of the Poway, Calif., company said the storage systems are part of a push into the federal storage market.

The Gateway 850 SCSI JBOD, a 2U rack-mount storage system, supports up to a dozen hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and includes built-in rails, the company said. The $2,999 system is aimed at agencies that already use Gateway's enterprise servers, including its four-processor Intel Xeon 995 model launched two weeks ago.

The other new enterprise storage system, the Gateway 820 LTO Autoloader, allows automated backup of more than 100G, and up to 1.6T, of data. The open-source system, priced at $5,999, works with Veritas Backup Exec 9.0 from Veritas Software Corp. of Mountain View, Calif., or Tapeware 7.0 tape backup software from Yosemite Technologies Inc. of Fresno, Calif.

Featured

  • business meeting (Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock.com)

    Civic tech volunteers help states with legacy systems

    As COVID-19 exposed vulnerabilities in state and local government IT systems, the newly formed U.S. Digital Response stepped in to help. Its successes offer insight into existing barriers and the future of the civic tech movement.

  • data analytics (Shutterstock.com)

    More visible data helps drive DOD decision-making

    CDOs in the Defense Department are opening up their data to take advantage of artificial intelligence and machine learning tools that help surface insights and improve decision-making.

Stay Connected