Fujitsu ETERNUS DX Models Compared

Displays All Fujitsu ETERNUS DX models for comparison

Below is a table that shows the differences between each ETERNUS DX model.

  ETERNUS DX60 S3 ETERNUS DX100 S3 ETERNUS DX200 S3 ETERNUS DX500 S3 ETERNUS DX600 S3 ETERNUS DX8700 S2
Architecture

Flexible and seamless family design with uniform storage management

Segment

Entry-level

Scalable unified entry-level and midrange systems

High-end

Maximum Storage Capacity

144 TB

576 TB

1,056 TB

2,112 TB

4,224 TB

6,144 TB

Maximum Disk Drives

24

144

264

528

1,056

1,536 (3.5 inch)
3,072 (2.5 inch)

Storage Controllers

1/2

1/2

1/2

2

2

2/4/6/8

Maximum Cache Memory

4 GB

8GB (Block)
16GB (Unified)
16GB (Block)
32GB (Unified)
64GB (Block)
96GB (Unified)
128GB (Block)
192GB (Unified)

up to 1 TB

Host Interface Type 8/4 Gb/s FC
1 Gb/s iSCSI
6/3 Gb/s SAS
8/16 Gb/s FC
10 Gb/s FCoE
1/10 Gb/s iSCSI
6 Gb/s SAS
1/10 Gb/s NAS
8/16 Gb/s FC
10 Gb/s FCoE
1/10 Gb/s iSCSI
1/10 Gb/s NAS
8/16 Gb/s FC
10 Gb/s FCoE
1/10 Gb/s iSCSI
Storage Management ETERNUS SF V16 Software Suite
Quality of Service Automated management of service level agreements (SLA management)
Expandability Extensive scalability with seamless upgrade options
Efficiency Thin Provisioning with zero space reclamation
Replication Remote Equivalent Copy (REC)
Data Integrity Reliability/RAID protection
Encryption Based on system controller and/or self-encrypting disks
Redundancy Dual controller/redundant components