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CMD Introduces New RAID Controllers

CMD Technology Inc. introduced its CRD-7400 Fibre Channel-to-Fibre Channel and CRD-7040 Ultra 160 SCSI RAID controllers to its TitanTM family of RAID controllers.

The new CRD-7400 and 7040, utilizing third generation CMD Titan architecture, provides high-end availability, performance, and data integrity for mission-critical applications. The 7400 controller supports two Fibre Channel (FC-AL) host ports, two Fibre Channel (FC-AL) disk ports with up to 248 Fibre Channel disk drives, while the 7040 supports two Ulra160 SCSI host channels, two Ultra160 SCSI disk channels, and up to 28 SCSI drives.

Contact CMD, (949) 454-0800, www.cmd.com.

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