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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... Read more...
While many in the chip making and consumer electronics business are contracting, VIA's expanding. Today, the company has just announced its entry into the design manufacturing service business, which will enable it to provide flexible system hardware solutions, starting with the NSD7200 home storage and media server pictured below.Now, VIA's... Read more...
NETGEAR Expands Award-Winning ReadyNAS Storage for SMBs with ReadyNAS NVXNETGEAR’s 4-Bay Desktop Model Brings Double the NAS Performance, iSCSI Support and Support for Time Machine in Mac OS X SAN JOSE, Calif. -- April 6, 2009 -- NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQGM: NTGR), a worldwide provider of technologically innovative, branded networking solutions,... Read more...
Thecus Unveils the N0204 miniNAS Device “The tiny RAID-enabled portable network storage device with big ideas” 03/30/2009 - Big things are happening in the world of NAS devices. Today, Thecus is proud to introduce the N0204 miniNAS device – the world’s smallest fully-featured NAS device. Measuring a tiny 132 x 88 x 63 mm exterior, one... Read more...
Synology might not be as well known in the U.S. as other network-attached storage (NAS) device manufactures such as Buffalo, Maxtor/Seagate, or QNAP; but with Synology's announcement today of a slew of new NAS devices for small businesses and home users, Synology NAS devices might be finding their way into many more U.S. companies and homes... Read more...
If you have a large or growing collection of digital photos, videos, and music, and want to share this media with other users in your household--or perhaps you want to consolidate all the media from different users and systems to a single source--then you can benefit from a NAS device. Add in automatic backups of all locally-networked PCs... Read more...
With the wide variety of network storage device offerings hitting the market, you'd think that this was the year of the NAS (network-attached storage) device. Considering how many people need or want a central location--a "hub" of sorts--to store their media and other files, share these files with other people, and access this data remotely,... Read more...
Just in case you haven't had enough contests to enter of late, we've got one more you should see. Technologizer is offering up one of HP's Windows Home Server-based MediaSmart Servers to one lucky individual. HotHardware has been a contributing author for this contest promotion with our publicist, so it's HH Tested and Approved, no worries.If... Read more...
Many small business owners operate without any dedicated IT support, while sole proprietors often find that one of the many hats they have to wear is that of CTO. Even if you are technically minded, the time commitment often needed to keep equipment up and running can take you away from your core business goals. What small businesses need... 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... Read more...
We're writing to let you all know that we have just posted a new article at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features and performance of the Maxtor Central Axis Business Edition NAS Server. The Maxtor Central Axis Business Edition is more than just an updated version of the Maxtor Central Axis. The previous version featured 1TB of storage... Read more...
You'd be hard pressed these days to find a small business or even family home that doesn't have at least a few computers being used by a number of different local users. This multi-user scenario poses at least a couple of potential complications for managing all the files and data that gets created, stored, and used by the different users:... Read more...
Thecus N3200PRO & N4100PRO, Powerful NAS Server With Only 50% of Energy Consumption at Home and Office 03/07/2009 – Already considered as two of the most convenient network devices at homes and office, the latest 3 bay and 4 bay NAS from Thecus, N3200PRO and N4100PRO, are receiving enormous welcome around the globe. Not only providing... Read more...
Well, wouldn't you know it? Western Digital has wasted no time in finding a home for its recently revealed 2TB WD Caviar Green hard drive, as it has today announced an 8TB version (4 x 2TB) version of its ShareSpace network storage system. Curiously introduced alongside dozens of new cameras at the PMA trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the... Read more...
NETGEAR Launches First NAS-Linked Online Disaster Recovery for Consumers and SMBs. New ReadyNAS Vault Service Automates Backup and Eliminates Local Management. NETGEAR, Inc. a worldwide provider of technologically innovative, branded networking solutions, today announced ReadyNAS® Vault™ – its new online backup and disaster-recovery... Read more...
For those looking to add a little Linux to their QNAP Turbo NAS device, now you can. The company has just announced that Debian Lenny (version 5.0) is now available on all of its QNAP ARM-platform Turbo NAS drives including the TS-109, TS-209, TS-409 series and TS-409U. We've heard pretty good things about the default system on QNAP devices,... Read more...
Perhaps the second-most prevalent reason why people don't back up the data on their computers is that they think it is too difficult or time-consuming. (The main reason why users don't back up their data is that they don't realize that they should--until it's too late--but that's a discussion for another time.) If backing up was truly seamless,... Read more...
Here it is, the box you've always wanted. The one with a NAS and a built-in CP ripper, all tightly integrated into a single, convenient box. Okay, so maybe there won't be a huge market for this, but it's still pretty unique in the wide world of "me-too" network-attached storage devices. Designed by mCubed, the RipNAS is described as the world's... Read more...
QNAP just revealed its Atom-powered TS-439 Pro Turbo NAS to us last week, and already the company's hitting back with yet another new one in the TS Series. The TS-809 Pro comes stocked with a potent Core 2 Duo processor and eight bays to hold upwards of 16TB of storage. Hailed as an enterprise-grade device, this high performance and high volume... Read more...
Just days after QNAP announced that its Turbo NAS devices would be gaining XDove Mail support, now it's introducing an all new unit for storage junkies to swoon over. The TS-439 Pro Turbo NAS is admittedly aimed at business users, though there's nothing in stone that says enthusiastic consumers can't find a lot to love. The device features... Read more...
Just before QNAP temporarily shut its doors to celebrate the Chinese New Year, it delivered news that the XDove all-in-one mail server was freely available for its growing line of Turbo NAS devices. As of now, owners of the TS-109, TS-209, TS-409, TS-509 and TS-639 can convert their Linux-embedded network attached storage into "a powerful... Read more...
Not content with just creating yet another NAS in a slightly tweaked enclosure, Datto is attempting to put a new twist on the tried and true network-attach storage device. The Box 2 Box does a fair job of explaining its own purpose, as it contains hardware and software that enables it to synchronize data between multiple locations (or multiple... Read more...
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