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Nimble Storage CS200 Series

Designed for Small to Midsize Organizations or Distributed Sites

Designed for mid-sized organizations or branch offices, the Nimble Storage CS200 series is a great fit for applications such as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), virtual server consolidation and Microsoft applications. These applications demand the non-disruptive scalability, high IOPS, and high capacity offered by the Nimble CS200 series, which is due to its unique CASL architecture. CASL stands for Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout, a patented architecture that is designed as a hybrid solution combining the exceptionally quick random read performance of flash and the cost-effective capacity offered by hard disk drives.

 

Nimble CS200 Series
Nimble CS200 Series Array CS210 CS215 CS220 CS240 CS260
Raw Disk Capacity, Base (TB)¹ 8 12 12 24 36
Min. Usable Capacity (TB)³ 4 8 8 16 25
Effective Capacity, Base (TB)¹ 4-10 8-16 8-20 16-40 25-62.5
Effective Capacity, Maximum (TB)¹·² 38-95 84 109-272.5 117-292.5 125-312.5
Max. Number of Disk Expansion Shelves 1 1 Up to 3
Max. Flash Capacity in Head Unit (GB) 640 320 / 1,200 2,400
Max. Flash Capacity with All-Flash Shelf (GB) N/A N/A N/A
Network Connections Per Controller 4x1GbE 2x 1 GbE (on board) & 2x Dual 1GbE
or 1x Dual 10GbE SFP+ Optical or 1x Dual 10GbaseT
6x1GbE / 2x10GbE+2x1GbE (G-model)
Protocols Supported iSCSI iSCSI iSCSI
External SAS Connectivity Per Controller 1x 6Gb SAS 1x 6Gb SAS 1x 6Gb SAS
Power Requirement 450W 500W 500W

Notes:

  1. The CS420 model is available in CS420-X2, CS420-X4, and CS420-X8 options only.
  2. Raw and effective capacities are calculated using Base 10 (i.e., 1 TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes) after excluding space for parity, spares, and system overhead; the range represents 0 to 2x compression.
  3. Maximum capacity is the capacity of the base array and maximum number of expansion shelves.
  4. Minimum usable capacity denotes the base capacity available to users once parity, spares and system overhead are deducted from overall raw capacity. Compression dramatically increases overall effective capacity.