Xtore™ Professional Storage

Product Reviews

AIC offers varieties of server enclosures along with our subsidiary company, Xtore. Our top-leading chassis includes 1U to 8U rack-mount enclosures, SAS/SATA JBOD series, Window Storage Server (WSS) Network-Attached Storage (NAS) series, RAID storage solution series, and IP-SAN iSCSI Appliance series, all provide cutting-edge technology with high performance and scalability applications and storage solutions to fulfill our customers?requirements. AIC and Xtore products have been reviewed by professional reviewers from various media and publishers. Thus, AIC and Xtore are proud to be the leading storage and server providers in the industry. To have a better understanding of AIC products, here are some of the reviews by professional critics.

AIC scores a solid "A" from TweakTown on its Xtore™ MiniBOD SAS JBOD

AIC (Xtore) MiniBOD-T082 8-Bay 2.5-inch JBOD Enclosure
Author: Chris Ramseyer

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/3382/aic_minibod_t082_8_bay_2_5_inch_jbod_enclosure/index.html

(The AIC Xtore MiniBOD) was designed from the ground up to be a portable solution. . . (and) is the only product available in this portable, high performance category. If you work with audio or video data at home and at the office, keeping a card in each location will turn the MiniBOD into the ultimate portable storage with transfer rates that in our testing reached as 730 MB/s in ATTO¡­.In the 16k test we actually saw a massive 856MB/s read. .. The write performance of the system is also very fast. Here we see RAID 0 hitting nearly 750MB/s. The real world transfer rate from one partition of the array to another is quite high. Here we see that the MiniBOD is capable of moving data faster than most SSDs are even capable of. . . The sound dampening hardware is really a stand out. . . In an audio environment like a studio an engineer always wants silent storage but making that hardware portable is now possible.

 

XJ1100 JBOD Review

The AICs XJ1100 is effectively two 8-drive devices connected internally by an expansion circuitry. Four miniSAS connectors on the rear allow dual connections to the controller card and dual connections to other 16-drive expansion chassis. Chaining multiple enclosures together can create some significant storage with blazing speed!

http://dv.com/article/84194