The CX series supports both SATA and Fibre Channel disks. Supported RAID levels are 1/0, 0, 1, 3, 5, and 6; the disks can be configured into groups with different RAID levels.
Models of the CX series come in two configurations: Fibre Channel (transfer speeds max. 2 Gbit/s) and iSCSI (max. 1 Gbit/s). The exception is the CX700, which is FC only. The names of the iSCSI models end with an i, e.g. CX500i.
|Model||Max. FC hosts||Max. disk drives||Initial capacity||Max. capacity (1 TB = 1012 B)|
|CX300||64||60||365 GB||27 TB|
|CX500||128||120||4 TB||59 TB|
|CX700||256||240||4 TB(?)||119 TB|
... The CX4 UltraFlex series contains multiple models which differ in the maximum number of disks (SATA or Fibre Channel) and the number of iSCSI and FC connections ... All current models support RAID 0, 1, 1/0, 3, 5, and 6 as with the CX series, groups with differing RAID levels can be created ... The CX4 series supports Fibre Channel and iSCSI host connectivity ...
... The new TI-Nspire CX and CX CAS are the latest update to the TI-Nspire series ... Texas Instruments currently lists the TI-Nspire CX at $150 and the CX CAS at about $165 ... The CX series were also released to compete with the Casio Prizm which is priced at $120 and has similar features ...
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