Inside D-Link's xStack DSN-3200-10 iSCSI SAN array

We take a look into D-Link's 3U SAN array to see what makes it tick

D-Link uses an embedded "System-on-a-Chip" (SoC) which combines an iSCSI controller, processor, storage virtualisation firmware and offload capabilities in a single component. This improves reliability (because you don't have to worry about compatibility) and increases I/O operation speeds. Along with the 10 gigabit bandwidth for iSCSI commands, the xStack DSN-3200-10 SAN array is capable of 65,000 I/O operations per second.

The four DIMM slots can be configured to fit 4GB of DDR1 memory reserved for the disk write cache. This is protected by a 6500mAh Li-Ion battery to keep the cache safe for 72 hours after power failure. System memory can also be configured to a total of 512MB of DDR1 RAM.

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