KIT serves up a lion’s feast

Key Information Technology (KIT) is promoting a range of new servers from Allion, a leading vendor of storage facilities in the Middle East.

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By  Kieran Potts Published  October 14, 2001

Key Information Technology (KIT) is promoting a range of new servers from Allion, a leading vendor of storage facilities in the Middle East.

The network storage needs of modern companies rapidly change from year to year. New data types, larger file sizes and increasing numbers of users, all overburden older file servers. Thus there is a bouyant market for storage servers in the region.

The new Allion products on display are “combo servers, capable of operating in any environment virtually,” explains KIT’s Sudhakaran Nair.

“They are radically new in architecture, with a flexible, moduler design to move data from anywhere to anywhere. The Allion servers are able to support multiple network file protocols simultaneously and provide enormous amounts of storage capacity and exceptional performance.”

There are a range of different servers on display at the stand.

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