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Apple introduces Xsan 2

Apple today introduced Xsan 2, which the company says is the first major upgrade to its easy to use, high performance, enterprise class Storage Area Network (SAN) file system for Mac OS X. Xsan 2 makes it easier for first time users to set up and quickly deploy a SAN; introduces MultiSAN, allowing users on a single workstation to access multiple SANs at the same time; is fully integrated with Mac OS X Leopard and Mac OS X Server Leopard and is now qualified to work with third-party RAID storage. Xsan 2 is available through the Apple Store and through Apple Authorized Resellers now for a suggested retail price of US$999 per node.

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