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Monday, August 26, 2013
Western Digital Expands WD Arkeia Network Backup Appliance Line


WD today announced two compact backup appliances: the WD Arkeia DA1300 and DA2300, which offer small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) all-in-one backup and disaster recovery solutions.

platform types (for example, Windows, Linux, Mac, AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Novell, BSD) The software also offers optional specialized agents for hot backups of important applications and databases. WD Arkeia uses a patented technology called Progressive Deduplication that reduces storage volume and delivers faster backups. The new WD Arkeia DA1300 and DA2300 backup appliances integrate the Intel Atom dual-core processor and the Intel Xeon processors, respectively. As with the WD Arkeia's top-end rack-mounted appliances, the DA2300 uses SSD to maximize backup and data recovery performance.

The new cube designs for both models measure 8.1" x 6.3" x 8.8" and can be deployed on any desktop.

The entry-level DA1300 features WD Red NAS hard drives for more affordable NAS storage. The DA2300 features enterprise-class WD Se hard drives. Raw storage capacity ranges from 4 TB to 8 TB for the DA1300 and 8 TB to 16 TB for the DA2300. Both appliances are field upgradable, and disks are configured in RAID-1.

WD Arkeia v10.1 software extends support for hybrid cloud backup capabilities to the full line of WD Arkeia appliances. "Seed and feed" capabilities allow administrators to supplement network replication of backup sets offsite by using USB-connected hard drives to transfer initial and large backup sets and also to size WAN bandwidth for the replication of nightly incremental backups.

The WD Arkeia DA1300 will be available in late September, and the DA2300 model will be available later in the Fall. Both appliances will be available through select DMRs and WD-authorized resellers (VARs) in the US, Canada and Europe. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price, including hardware and software, starts at $3,490 USD for the 4 TB DA1300 model.

Arkeia Appliance Model DA1300 DA2300
Disk Storage Capacity Drive bays
2 or 4 - 2 TB
2 or 4 - 4 TB
Raw capacity
4 or 8 TB
8 or 16 TB
Field upgradable
Yes
Yes
Useable after RAID
2 or 4 TB
4 or 8 TB
Effective after dedupe
10 or 20 TB
20 or 40 TB
Disk redundancy
RAID-1
RAID-1
Internal tape drive
-
-
Solid state drive (SSD)
-
128 GB
Network
interfaces
Data / Control
2 - 1 Gb/s
2 - 1 Gb/s
IPMI Port
-
-
External
interfaces
USB
2 - 3.0
2 - 3.0
4 - 3.0
SAS
-
-
Fibre channel
(8 Gb/s)
-
-
Dual port
10 GB/s ethernet NIC
-
-
Form factor
Desktop Pedestal
Desktop Pedestal
Disk type
WD Red Hard Drives
WD Re Enterprise Hard Drives
Weight
14.6 lb (6.6 kg)
15 lb (6.8 kg)
Dimensions Depth
8.8 in (22.4 cm)
8.8 in (22.4 cm)
Width
6.3 in (16 cm)
6.3 in (16 cm)
Height
8.1 in (20.6 cm)
8.1 in (20.6 cm)
Power
supply
Capacity
90 W
150 W
Configuration
Dual/
Redundant
Dual/
Redundant
Type
External
External
Auto-sensing voltages
100-240 V
100-240 V


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