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The AS2200G2 is a hybrid flash storage system that is easy to use, flexible and efficient. It is an ideal option for enterprise workgroup applications and ranked first in the SPC-1 benchmark test with its powerful performance and superb elastic scalability. The AS2200G2 is optimized in terms of performance, function, reliability and ease of use, which satisfies data storage, disaster recovery, backup and other needs of various applications such as large-/medium-sized OLTP/OLAP databases and virtualization. 

Key Features
Ultra-high storage performance

Up to 64 GB cache with two controller for ultra-high performance.

Industry-leading hardware platform, combined with iTurbo, a performance acceleration engine, for powerful system performance.

Excellent service continuity protection

Adopts the industry-leading active-active storage architecture to ensure service continuity.

Fully modular redundant architecture ensures no single point of failure (SPOF) for key components.

Provides multiple disaster recovery solutions to guarantee service continuity and high application availability.

Perfect cloud interconnection capability

Cloud tiering technology supports the interconnection of various clouds, such as AWS, Azure, Alibaba Cloud, and OpenStack.

Features a unique hybrid cloud storage capability, providing functions such as cloud cache, cloud disaster recovery, and cloud backup.

Intelligent O&M

Intelligent management software InView supports unified management of all IEIT storage resources.

AS2200G2 builds a cross-platform disaster recovery solution with timing snapshot and multicopy replication, leading to enhanced data security.

Technical Specifications

AS2200 G2


Active-active, scale-up and scale-out

Controller Cabinet


Drive Cabinet





2 × 32 GB controller

Host Interface Protocol


Maximum Number of Drives/Dual-Controller


Supported Host System

vSphere, XEN, Windows, Hypher-v, Linux, KVM, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, and OVMS

Key Features

Image snapshot, cloning, backup, remote replication, QoS, intelligent cache acceleration, InRAID, thin provisioning, heterogeneous virtualization, data tiering, and data migration