Virtual storage advance

Aggregator product coming

Kapsean, a storage virtualisation start-up that takes standard PCs and adds their disk space to a virtual storage pool, is planning a product release later this year.

Kapsean makes software called iSCUBE, which consists of a Linux-based storage server operating system that takes disks from multiple x86 PCs, aggregates the storage and allows administrators to move storage units across such devices as Windows servers, desktops and notebooks, says Roger Gaudet, Kapsean's vice president of engineering and chief architect.

Kapsean's technology can be used to add secondary storage to Windows desktops and laptops, clone system disks for disaster recovery, and deliver fault-tolerant disk space to Windows servers.

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