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Kitchen & Dining Store

Buy all you need for your Kitchen & Dining in an easy way.In this app you can find:Cookware equipmentCookware equipmentCooking utensilisBakeware...

September 25, 2014 By Amazin Apps

Storage-as-a-Service appliances: CTERA and competitors

There are a number of ways companies are beginning to deploy Storage as a Service in the hopes of reducing their costs while still maintaining high levels of both reliability and availability. Many competitors are active in this space. Executives of CTERA stopped by to give me an update.

February 17, 2014 by

Nexenta virtual storage appliance for virtual desktops

Nexenta says that virtual desktops executing on a server use storage differently than do server workloads. The company has developed a virtual storage appliance designed to address that issue and offer higher performance than traditional server-oriented storage virtualization solutions.

March 4, 2013 by

Nasuni offers unified cloud storage

Nasauni has been promoting cloud storage as a service for a number of years and has been offering a storage appliance allowing customers to safely and securely use this type of service. While powerful, these appliances didn't have the capability to address a number of storage needs. Nasuni unified cloud storage addresses those shortcomings.

July 11, 2012 by

QNAP TS-1079 Pro: a 10-bay storage appliance

Desktop storage appliances tend to stop at eight bays. The QNAP TS-1079 Pro, however, tucks in two more beneath the usual eight, creating a remarkably compact 10-disk appliance with a raw capacity of up to 30TB.

June 19, 2012

Synology DiskStation DS112+

NAS specialist Synology has added yet another model to its wide range of business storage appliances. The DiskStation DS112+ is an updated version of the existing DS112, an entry-level single-bay enclosure based on the new consumer DS112j model, which it closely resembles in appearance.

June 15, 2012

Red Hat intros storage appliance for Amazon Web Services

Red Hat is trotting out its own virtual storage appliance for Amazon Web Services for shifting enterprise datacenter files to the cloud.Built upon built on former Gluster technology acquired by Red Hat in 2011, this solution was designed to enable companies to extend scalable NAS storage to the cloud with support for additional cloud providers in the future.

February 6, 2012 by

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