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Iomega recently launched the new Iomega StorCenter px12-350r Network Storage Array. This NAS features an Intel Core2 Duo processor, 7,200 rpm hard drives, and optional solid state drives. The new StorCenter px12-350r offers full Hyper-V Live migration support, multiple RAID levels, hot swap drives, and native support for Avamar deduplicating backup. The StorCenter px12-350r is available in two base configurations: 4 x 2TB drives for minimum of 8TB of network storage, and 4X 3TB drives for 12TB of network storage. The StorCenter px12-350r is a 2U Form factor rackmount NAS with 12 slots for drive... Read more...
Iomega is getting back into the Mac game with the release of its new Mac-exclusive hard drive today, the creatively-named Mac Companion Hard Drive. The 3.5-inch drive, which is designed to match the current iMac model, comes in 2 or 3TB options and runs at 7,200 RPM. it connects via Firewire 800, Firewire 400-800, and USB 2,0 cables. The outside of the drive has two Firewire 800 ports, one USB 2.0 port and, surprisingly, an integrated two-port USB 2.0 hub, which serves as a 2.1 Amp hookup for charging other Apple devices. The drive also features four indicator lights to give an approximate amount... Read more...
Solid state drives (SSDs) and the USB 3.0 "SuperSpeed" specification seem meant for each other, and that hasn't been lost on Iomega. The digital storage firm today unveiled new host-powered external USB 3.0 SSD flash drives available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities. "When time is money and you need the latest technology in portable storage, Iomega's new high performance external solid state Flash drives are the ideal solution," said Jonathan Huberman, president of Iomega Corporation. "Iomega's new external USB 3.0 SSD Flash drives are compact, rugged portable storage devices that deliver data... Read more...
Do you hear that noise? That's the sound of Iomega tooting its own horn. Why, you ask? Iomega claims to be moving all of its USB 2.0 portable hard drives over to the new (and much faster) SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, starting with the Iomega eGo lineup. But that isn't all. Iomega also promises that these newly spec'd drives won't cost a dime more than their slower USB 2.0 brethren. "As a market leader in external hard drive solutions, Iomega is proud to be the first to move towards an all USB 3.0 portable hard drive lineup – and at no extra price premium to our customers," said Jonathan... Read more...
Need some extra external storage? Can't deal with yet another "plain" enclosure? Iomega is right there with you, today introducing a new line of external storage devices that have style like no other. In fact, we can't recall if we've ever seen a truly "skinned" external hard drive, but that's exactly what Iomega is offering. The new line of Iomega Skin branded hard drives are only available in 500GB sizes, with three different designs being sold. All of 'em are pretty radical, so those who prefer classic styles probably won't be interested. They're all powered by a USB 2.0 port, and they'll be... Read more...
Media players are out in force at CES, and Iomega is making sure it doesn't miss this train. Here at the show, the company has introduced an expanded ScreenPlay HD Media Player product line, which is capped off by the top-of-the-line ScreenPlay Director HD Media Player. As with most rivals, this unit is designed to give users easy access to online programming and then pipe it to one's HDTV. This one, however, includes Roxio CinemaNow software for snagging movies on demand, enabling films to be purchased or rented with a simple button press. In all, three new products were introduced in the line;... Read more...
Iomega may not have the name recognition that Western Digital and Seagate share, but it's gaining serious ground in the storage marketplace. Hot on the heels of its four-bay StorCenter Pro ix4-200r NAS introduction, the company is issuing a smaller, green version for home users and small businesses. The compact StorCenter ix2-200 aims to put enterprise NAS features into the hands of consumers, all while improving the unit design. The drive is being made available in 1TB, 2TB and 4TB sizes, with prices starting at under $270. Iomega claims that its user interface is incredibly easy to grasp, and... Read more...
Iomega recently introduced its 4-Bay StorCenter Pro ix4-200r NAS for those into rack-mounted gear, but what if you're more into the traditional style? If so, there's the new StorCenter ix4-200d NAS, a high performance four-drive desktop NAS designed more for consumers and small business owners than corporations and IT departments. The black box sports EMC storage technologies as well as VMware certification for virtualization installations, and Iomega asserts that you can have it up and running with just "four mouse clicks and a few minutes." Not bad! The drive's four bays provide room for up to... Read more...
Iomega updated its range of eGo USB portable hard drives. The new generation of Iomega eGo Portable Hard Drives is powered by USB 2.0 and features rugged styling. To help protect data stored on the drive, the eGo comes with a suite of bundled data protection software including the new Iomega Protection Suite. The Iomega Protection Suite includes a free six-month subscription to McAfee VirusScan Plus, Iomega QuikProtect backup software, EMC Retrospect Express or Express HD to back up software settings and applications, and 2GB of online backup storage through MozyHome Online Backup (unlimited storage... Read more...
Sure, Iomega has plenty of options for consumers needing a bit more storage, but this one's for the big boys. Or, the medium boys, anyway. The company's newest NAS sports a rather unorthodox shape, coming in rack-mount form versus the typical desktop cube that we're grown accustomed to seeing. The StorCenter Pro ix4-200r Rackmount Server is powered by the EMC LifeLine operating system and it among the first in its class to be offered for under $1,800.As it comes, users can stock up to 4TB of data on it -- though, with four bays and 2TB HDDs widely available, we suspect 8TB is possible when providing... Read more...
It's been some time since we've heard from Iomega, but it's good to see the company is still looking out for its customers. Today, said outfit has announced a smattering of new features for its popular StorCenter ix2 NAS, making the purchase you've already made that much more valuable. And if you didn't take the hint, all of the new functionality is being provided gratis.In short, here's what has been added:Remote Access: ix2 users can now connect to their pictures, videos and other files from anywhere in the world - as though they were sitting at their workstation or home computer. The process... Read more...
Encrypt Your Data with New Ultra-Secure Iomega eGo Encrypt Portable Hard Drive Iomega Also Adds New "BlackBelt" Model To Award-Winning eGo Portable Hard Drive Lineup San Diego, December 2, 2008 - Iomega, an EMC company (NYSE: EMC) and a global leader in data protection, today announced two new models in its award-winning eGo Portable Hard Drive line: the new ultra-secure Iomega® eGo™ Encrypt Portable Hard Drive with hardware-based encryption for double data protection, and the new "black-on-black" super rugged Iomega eGo BlackBelt Portable Hard Drive with Drop Guard™ Xtreme data... Read more...
The DVR is the greatest invention since fire. But especially since a substantial amount of programming became available in high-definition, its seems we're constantly having to erase something in order to make room for the next show we want. Iomega has been solving various storage problems for a long time, and if you use the DVR supplied by many Cable companies, they'd like you to be able to store a lot more content. Up to 300 additional hours of standard def, or 60 hours of hi-def goodness. The new Iomega DVR Expander Drive adds storage capacity for eSATA-enabled Scientific Atlanta DVRs, allowing... Read more...
Good afternoon everyone, JeffB checking in with some interesting information coming out of Iomega.  Check it out! New Iomega Wireless Servers Bring New Features & Flexibility to Entry-Level Network Storage Iomega NAS 100d Now Shipping For Home Offices, SmallBusinesses SAN DIEGO, September 16, 2004 –Iomega Corporation (NYSE: IOM), a global leader in data storage, today announced the release of the new Iomega NAS 100d entry-level network-attached storage (NAS) server. Available this month in 160GB* and 250GB capacities, Iomega's NAS 100d servers feature wireless network capabilities... Read more...