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Cloud Storage

EUDC offers you a cloud storage service using a solid architecture through redundant SAN platforms on high-performance equipment from IBM, hosted in its own data center in the Euro Data Center. Connect to your data securely and flexibly from your mobile device (iOS, Android, Windows Phone), from home (MacOSX, Linux, Windows) or from the office (Windows Enterprise).
Unlimited traffic
IBM Storwize storage media
Multiple access protocols
Architectural design facilitated by EUDC
Disk Array Storage

Disk Array represents a Disk Storage system that contains multiple disks. It differs from the virtualization and RAID functionalities and works on specific Disk Array controllers, respectively Cache in the form of volatile RAM and non-volatile flash memory.

Redundancy is specified by components such as controllers, power supplies, fans, etc.) so that all SPOFs (single points of failure) are eliminated from the design.

Storage Area Network (SAN)
Fiber Channel is a protocol made available for serial, continuous and high-speed transmissions for large volumes of data. Storage Area Network (SAN) works over the Fiber Channel standard. The transfer rates that can be achieved with this technology reach up to 32 Gbit/s with Gen6 Fiber Channel. Fiber Channel allocates a WWNN (world wide node name) for each device and a WWPN (world wide port name) for each port of a device. This 64-bit value assigns all Fiber Channel devices a “unique identification feature”. Fiber Channel is also based on protocols such as SCSI or IP in the upper layers of the OSI layer model. This facilitates the use of existing drivers and software. Fiber Channel reaches a useful data capacity of over 90%, compared to Ethernet where it reaches from 20% to 60%.