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nStor Introduces Storage Management Tool

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nStor Technologies today announced AdminiStor 6.1, a new, upgraded version of its storage management software suite, at COMDEX Fall 2001.

According to the company, AdminiStor 6.1 provides the configuration, monitoring and centralized management capabilities required by storage area networks (SAN) and other enterprise storage deployments. It is fully integrated for use with the NexStor family of RAID systems.

AdminiStor 6.1 supports mixed operating system environments, including Red Hat Linux 6.1 and 7.2, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Sun Solaris, to help companies maximize their investment in storage resources. AdminiStor 6.1 has also added support for the NexStor 3000 family of SCSI and Fibre-SCSI products. The company said the software suite consists of four modules, including: AdminiStor Host, which systematically monitors all programs; AdminiStor Server, which coordinates and monitors database activity; AdminiStor GUI, which provides browser access to system administrators; and AdminiStor Data Base, which logs all events in chronological order.

AdminiStor 6.1 is now available for customer shipping. The retail price is $995.00 and includes one host site license key and 90 days of 5x9 support and software updates.

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