Sure, D-Link probably makes that router in your house, and it definitely makes your Boxee Box, but how about some enterprise love? That's what enterprise consumers are getting today, with the company introducing the ShareCenter Pro N-Series and S-Series models offering disaster recovery capabilities for remote backup, either to a physical device offsite or to the Cloud using Amazon's S3 service.
The ShareCenter Pro N-Series includes the DNS-1100-04 and the DNS-1200-05 devices. Both models offer iSCSI connectivity, (2) GbE ports, (2) USB ports, RAID 0/1/5/6/10 support, encrypted volumes, and virtual disk drive (VDD) expansion. The DNS-1100-04 4-bay desktop offers 512MB of RAM and supports up to 12TB of raw capacity, and the DNS-1200-05 5-bay desktop offers 1GB of RAM with support up to 15TB of storage.
The ShareCenter Pro S-Series includes the DNS-1250-04 4-bay desktop, DNS-1250-06 6-bay desktop and the DNS-1550-04 4-bay 1U rackmount. Designed for optimum performance, all three models offer iSCSI connectivity, (2) GB of RAM, (2) GbE ports, (5) USB ports, RAID 0/1/5/6/10, encrypted volumes, and VDD expansion. The D-Link DNS-1250-06 offers RAID 30/50 capabilities, and the D-Link DNS-1550-04 offers dual hot-swappable power supplies for added redundancy.
All of D-Link's network storage products are sold through partners, with the D-Link DNS-1100-04 ShareCenter Pro 1100 available in October for $662.99, and the D-Link DNS-1200-05 ShareCenter Pro 1200 being available now for $773.49. The ShareCenter Pro S-Series will ship this fall ranging from $973 to $1500.