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MSA and EVA

Raj_Ranjan
Frequent Advisor

MSA and EVA

What are the diffrence between EVA and MSA.
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Mustafa Gulercan
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: MSA and EVA

Just another class of storage.

This question is far too general.

There are sooo many members in each family, e.g.

MSA1000/1500/2000/30/50/60/70
(JBODS and arrays)

same for EVA's.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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mohannad
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Re: MSA and EVA

expandability, performance
Torsten.
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Re: MSA and EVA

EVA is the higher class, so in general it could be bigger, faster, more expensive ...

Hope this helps!
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Rob Leadbeater
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Re: MSA and EVA

Hi Raj,

EVA = Enterprise Virtual Array
MSA = Modular Smart Array

But I guess that's not what you really wanted to here...

Please clarify exactly what information you want... As Torsten said, there are many different products in each product line.

Cheers,

Rob