IBM Storwize V3700

Easy-to-use, affordable disk storage with advanced capabilities for small and medium businesses

Part number 2072L2C Large form-factor (LFF) dual-control enclosure
2072LEU LFF expansion enclosure
2072S2C Small form-factor (SFF) dual-control enclosure
2072SEU SFF expansion enclosure
2072T2C SFF DC dual-control enclosure
2072TEU SFF DC expansion enclosure
 
Host interface 1 Gbps iSCSI and 6 Gbps SAS (optional 8 Gbps Fibre Channel, 1 Gbps iSCSI, 6 Gbps SAS or 10 Gbps iSCSI/Fibre Channel over Ethernet)
User interface Storwize V3700 graphical user interface
Single/dual controller Dual controller
Cache per controller 4 GB upgradable to 8 GB
Drive type Dual-port, hot-swappable 6 Gb SAS disk drives
Supported drives SFF 2.5-inch disk drives: LFF 3.5-inch disk drives: SSD drives:
Maximum drives supported
RAID levels RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and 10
Fans and power supplies Fully redundant, hot-swappable
Rack support Standard 19-inch rack-mount enclosure*
Management software Storwize V3700 machine code
Advanced functions included with each system Internal virtualization, thin provisioning, one-way data migration and FlashCopy (up to 64 targets)
Optional licensed functions FlashCopy upgrade (up to 2,040 targets), Easy Tier, Remote Mirror and turbo performance
Warranty
Size LFF dual-control enclosure: SFF dual-control enclosure:
Operating environment Air temperature: Relative humidity: Electrical power: Power:
Heat dissipation (BTU per hour) LFF dual-control enclosure: 1,222
SFF dual-control enclosure: 1,383
Supported systems For a list of currently supported servers, operating systems, host bus adapters, clustering applications and SAN switches and directors, refer to the System Storage Interoperation Center at: ibm.com/systems/support/storage/config/ssic
ISV solutions For a list of high-quality solutions with our partner ISVs, including access to solution briefs and white papers, refer to the ISV Solutions Resource Library.

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