The High-Rely NetSwap RAIDFrame 4000 is a rack mounted 4U computer backup NAS system that delivers up to 144TB of backup storage capacity, when using four 36TB RAIDPac Removable drives. The RAIDPacs can be easily accessed through Windows sharing, NFS sharing, or iSCSI (via Gigabit Ethernet). The RAIDFrame 4000 also includes software that replicates data to either another NetSwap unit, or to a variety of public cloud providers. Our specialized system allows administrators to save backups onto multiple modular, hot-swappable, RAIDPac Removable drives.
The 4-Bay NetSwap RAIDFrame 4000 is a server backup NAS device with up to four removable RAIDpacs. Pairs of removable Pacs can mirror to one another, or they can appear as separate drives.
By utilizing our browser-based management interface on the computers you back up, our network-connected RAIDPacs can be hot-swapped, like a USB drive, whether configured as Windows/NFS share, or an iSCSI device. Support for RAID 0+1 or RAID 5+1 configurations provide optional mirroring of RAIDPacs. Scheduled mirroring is also supported, allowing the user to choose a point in time snapshot rather than immediately mirroring potential problems to the secondary RAIDPac. Some customers even use the NetSwap RAIDFrame 4000 for software-less backup.
We know speed is crucial for backups and restores. We use powerful components to provide sufficient performance for quick and easy data management, and recovery.
|RAIDFrame Interface:||Gigabit Ethernet port (1 Gps). RJ45.|
|NetSwap RAIDFrame 4000:||#15598 – watchdog monitoring, audible and visual alerts.|
|RAIDPac Interfaces:||Hot-Swappable Connectors, Emergency iSATA & USB3 (also supports USB2), 4 pin Molex Power for powering RAIDPac independent of RAIDFrame.|
|Operating System:||Custom Linux configuration, pre-installed on a front panel stand-alone SSD.|
|Removable RAIDPac Capacity:||36TB per RAIDPac using 3x 12TB Drives (RAID 0)* 24TB per RAIDPac using 3x 12TB Drives (RAID 5). Also available using 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, and 10TB hard disk drives.
*Note: When doing full nightly backups, redundancy is achieved by using new media each night, mitigating concerns of RAID 0 data loss upon single drive failure.
|Backup Write Performance:||Up to 300 Gigabytes/Hr iSCSI to NTFS drives.
Up to 200 Gigabytes/Hr NAS to EXT4 drives.
Up to 100 Gigabytes/Hr NAS to NTFS drives. *Speeds will vary based on environment.
|RAIDPac Rebuild Speed:||Up to 200-300 Gigabytes/Hr rebuilding the RAID5 array.|
|Mirroring Rebuild Speed:||Up to 850 GB/Hr RAIDPac to RAIDPac when no backup is occurring at the same time. *Speeds will vary based on environment.|
|Factory Reset:||Includes USB Key for automated emergency firmware reload.|
|Network Protocols:||SMB/CIFS (Windows), NFS, or iSCSI.|
|RAM:||4GB DDR3 System Memory.|
|Removable Drive File System:||NTFS (supports GPT for >2TB), or Ext4.|
|Client OS Support:||Windows XP and above. Any OS or Virtualization environment that supports iSCSI, NFS, or CIFS. Examples include: Linux, VMWare, Hyper-V, etc.|
|Dimensions (L X W X H inches):||4U rack form factor: “23.5W x 17″L x 6.87″H (4U) fits in to most rack mount enclosures. Our standard rack sliding rails are included. Please test for fit as some racks vary. With RAIDPacs installed, allow 1″ in front to accommodate handle pulls (24.5″ Length total).|
|RAIDPac Dimensions (L X W X H inches):||9 5/16″ x 5 7/8″ x 3 3/8″.
*Note: Length without handle 8 3/4″
|RAIDFrame Weight w/o RAIDPacs:||Shipped Alone: 42 lbs.|
|RAIDPac Weight:||Alone: 7.5 Lbs. with 3 typical disks.
Shipped weight: Approximately 10Lbs/RAIDPac.
|RAIDPac Power Use:||Example with 3 Seagate 2TB drives. (Figures do not include power consumed by the RAIDFrame the RAIDPacs are plugged into.)
60-70 Watts during spin up.
22 Watts at rest.
25 Watts during data copy.
*Note: Power usage dependent on drive size & type.
|Power Use:||Supports 110/220 manual switch.
4 Bay no drives = 29 Watts idle.
4 Bay with 4 RAIDPacs 137 Watts idle.
4 Bay with 4 RAIDPacs 155 Watts in use.
4 Bay with 4 RAIDPacs 300 Watts peak at power on.
*Note: Power usage dependent on drive size & type.
NOTICE: Specifications subject to changed based on product revisions and component availability.
Data retention is very important to us, which is why we built our removable backup drives to protect archived data in a durable tray enclosure. After all, what good is removable storage if it cannot be taken off-site? With the threat of maliciously deleted files and virus infections, natural disasters, such as fire, flood, or theft – removable media becomes a professional necessity. The use of off-line Removable Media is one of the BEST ways to assure data security because if it is not connected, it cannot be hacked, deleted, infected, maliciously encrypted, or downloaded!
Our High-Rely NetSwap removable RAIDPacs provide the answer. All High-Rely warranties cover backup devices for one year. Extended dynamic support contracts are available for up to three years, with advance replacement – including shipping costs to and from our factory.
NetSwap RAIDFrame 4000 Customers:
All NetSwaps include an easily accessible SSD (exception being the NetSwap 200, which instead has an internal HDD), with its removable backup media, and can automatically mirror the removable drive(s). This automatic mirror technology provides better protection for modern backup software. With a second copy, there are redundant historical copies of data in case corruption creeps into the continuous incremental chain. The NetSwaps include a proprietary hardware board, called the HRIC, which adds audible and visual alerts, on top of standard email notifications; by using special Watchdog circuitry to monitor the backup system, which delivers ultimate stability.
Each NetSwap backup system features replication with all High-Rely NetSwap appliances, as well as Rsync targets. In addition, the NetSwap will replicate with popular cloud vendors, such as: Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, DreamHost DreamCloud, and Dropbox.
NetSwaps also features:
Antiquated tape drives and RDX backup devices are easily replaced by our NetSwap computer backup system. You can also supplement or replace expensive monthly Cloud strategies with a locally-installed NetSwap solution. NetSwap offers CIFS and SMB connections (Windows shares), NFS (Linux, Unix, VMware Virtualization shares), or iSCSI (faster block level drive access).
Use any modern web browser to configure any NetSwap (including the RAIDFrame 4000), then use any Remote Management and Monitoring tool, such as Labtech, to monitor the unit. Our simple menu driven interface is similar to those used on consumer routers, making it simple to configure the IP address, machine name, and other basic settings. Multiple RAIDFrames and NetSwaps may be conveniently monitored, and managed.
The removable drive and data drive can be formatted NTFS (Native Windows format), or EXT4, and will plug into our direct attached (USB3 or ESATA) line of storage products. Use your favorite software for backup and/or additional off-site (cloud) management.
Important Note: In replication environments where files will be open and changing 24×7, the High-Rely “snapshot” feature can be used to track active file changes, providing integrity for the replication offsite. When using this snapshot feature the worst case scenario would require having twice the space on the sending side of replication job as is required for your full data set. For example, a very actively changing 1TB data set might require up to a 2TB drive on the sending side of the replication to allow room for the snapshot. While doubling space is overly conservative in most cases, it should be considered in drive size planning.
(Warranties listed below.)
Dynamic Support – NAS USA (Click for Full Doc) This Dynamic Support Contract upgrades the Basic Hardware Warranty and provides for additional services such as advanced hardware replacements during coverage period. Add On Coverage Includes:
Dynamic Support-NAS Canada (Click for Full Doc) This Dynamic Support Contract upgrades the Basic Hardware Warranty and provides for additional services such as advanced hardware replacements during coverage period. Add On Coverage Includes: