Security with ease: Accordance ARAID 2000

Tuesday, 26 October 2004, 1:23 PM EST

Due to its closed RAID architecture, the ARAID 2000 works completely without additional drivers; the software provided by chipset makers for their controllers is enough.

Instead of a special RAID volume signature, traditional partitions are created on the hard drives that are used. Special drivers are not needed to access these partitions, assuming that the drives were initially connected to another computer. Inside the chassis, the ARAID 2000 occupies two 5.25" bays, and two SATA drives are utilized. The maximum capacity per drive is currently 400 GB, using the Hitachi Deskstar 7K400.

At Tom's Hardware.

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