ATTO Announces FibreBridge Embedded in NetApp MetroCluster 

ATTO Technology has announced that it has teamed with NetApp to deliver ATTO FibreBridge 7600N as a key component in the MetroCluster continuous data availability solution.

ATTO FibreBridge 7600N storage controller enables synchronous site-to-site replication up to 300km, by providing low latency 32Gb Fibre Channel connections to NetApp flash and disk systems while maintaining high resiliency. FibreBridge 7600N supports up to 1.2 million IOPS and 6,400 MB/s per controller.

NetApp MetroCluster enhances the built-in high availability and non-disruptive operations of NetApp systems with ONTAP software, providing an additional layer of protection for the entire storage and host environment.

FibreBridge 7600N is one of ATTO XstreamCORE storage controller products. 

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