Maintenance, Hardware and Other Services for IBM DS3950 Storage
IBM DS3950 Overview
The DS3950 is a SAS directly-attached storage array in a 3U chassis. Up to 16 disks can be installed in the main chassis and storage can be increased by adding up to six EXP395 disk expansion cabinets. There are a range of models in the DS3950 series with options for extra capabilities in terms of number of host connections, host partitions and expansion ports.
Parts and Upgrades
Com-Com's hardware brokerage division can supply and install parts or upgrades for the DS3950 at a fraction of the price of buying new from the vendor.
If you require disk capacity or configuration assistance, contact us for a quotation.
Hardware Maintenance for IBM DS3950
Com-Com's trained IBM engineers will be able to fix your faulty DS3950 hardware using only original IBM parts sourced by our brokerage team. Our on-site support contracts offer more flexible service offerings to that of IBM, allowing you the option of mixing SLAs for critical and non-critical hardware. Combined with our flexible billing and the ability to pro-rate kit on and off the contract at any time - plus the added benefit of the provision of on-site spares, our support contracts offer excellent value for money.
IBM DS3950 Configuration and Expansion
DS3950 disk options
1000 GB 7.2K SATA II E-DDM feature
IBM 300GB 15K 4GBPS E-DDM FIBER HDD
IBM 450GB 15K 4GBPS E-DDM FIBER HDD
EXP395 EXPANSION UNIT, 3U RACK
4 Gbps FC, 146.8 GB/15K E-DDM
DS4000 4GB 300GB 15K E-DDM
750GB 7.2KRPM HD SATA E-DDM
4GBPS FC 450 GB/15K E-DDM ENCL
1000GB/7.2K SATA E-DDM
IBM - Hard drive - 600 GB - hot-swap - 15000 rpm - 4 Gbps FC, Option 59Y5460
IBM DS3950 Products and Services
Com-Com hardware maintenance service
Com-Com TAG (telephone advice and guidance) software support
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