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ProStor Systems Announces RDX Removable Disk Technology

By DE Editors

ProStor Systems (Boulder, CO), a developer of removable disk storage systems, announced RDX technology with entry-level HP ProLiant servers and HP xw series workstations. These removable disk backup solutions are easy to use and affordable, and allow small businesses to store data off-site as part of their disaster recovery plans.

HP StorageWorks RDX removable disk cartridges, in 160GB and 320GB capacities, reduces the typical data backup window from hours to minutes and allows users to back up 100GB of data in less than an hour, says the company. Additionally, RDX disk systems include a dock and cartridge that contains a mobile 2.5-in. hard disk drive in a shockproof design. Its robust design ensures customers have a secure, durable backup system that can withstand environmental contaminants and sustain a fall of up to one meter.

RDX solutions are compatible with most popular backup software. The removable disk systems are forward and backward compatible, meaning today’s docks will work with tomorrow’s cartridges and vice versa. For example, the highest capacity RDX cartridge currently available is fully read/write compatible with the very first RDX systems shipped two years ago.

For more information, visit ProStor Systems.


Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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