Nexsan Rewards Energy Savings With ‘Get Your Green On’ Promotion
Thousand Oaks, Calif. — May 5
Nexsan, a provider of energy-efficient, long-term disk storage, announced a new promotion that rewards new SATABeast, SATABoy, SASBeast and SASBoy customers that turn on the product’s built-in energy saving technology for 30 days with complimentary spare drives.
By using Nexsan AutoMAID (Automatic Massive Array of Idle Disks), companies can lower energy and cooling costs by up to 60 percent without impacting data-access performance.
“Nexsan is committed to helping organizations adopt best practices for energy efficiency while reducing costs and their environmental footprint at the same time,” said Bob Woolery, senior vice president of marketing at Nexsan. “With ‘Get Your Green On’ promotion, we are encouraging customers to benefit from the energy-efficient technology they already have in place to demonstrate the exceptional value they can realize in terms of energy and cost savings while embracing an increasing focus on ecological responsibility.”
The “Get Your Green On” promotion is valid for any new SATABeast, SATABoy, SASBeast and SASBoy purchases when customers turn on the built-in AutoMAID energy saving feature for 30 days. Customers who send in their AutoMAID system logs by Sept. 30 are eligible for complimentary spare drives. Two free drives will be offered for any Nexsan Beast product using AutoMAID, with a minimum of 14 drives. One free drive will be offered for any Nexsan Boy product using AutoMAID, with a minimum of eight drives. To qualify, purchase orders must be received by an authorized Nexsan reseller by June 15, and the product must ship by June 30. Complimentary drives will be the same capacity as the existing system drives.
Nexsan's evolutionary AutoMAID energy saving technology transparently places disk drives into the most energy efficient state without affecting performance, making Nexsan disk-storage systems extremely eco-friendly. AutoMAID accomplishes this with user selectable settings that enable users to determine the right level of response time to energy savings.