The DDP is a unique storage server.
DDP storage shows up as local drives on the desktops. Such DDP drive behaves like a normal local drive for you. But that same local drive behaves like a normal local drive for your colleagues as well, with the same write and read possibilities.
DDP drives uses like all fast drives, the SCSI (or SAS or SATA) protocol. In this case the protocol is called iSCSI because the SCSI protocol uses IP and Ethernet cabling.
To allow everyone using such a DDP drive to be able to simultaneously write and read Ardis Technologies developed the AVFS (Ardis Virtual File System) technology. No user is aware of this because AVFS comes standard on any standalone DDP.
The miniDDP Series are all-in-one-systems. So the phrase: one system, one network and one manufacturer is really true here.
The miniDDP Series exclusively uses solid state disks with comes in capacity of 160, 300 and 600 GB. There are 18 different versions.