Seagate formally announced their new Kinetic disk drive, Ethernet-connected object storage for the cloud. While the technology is great, the market implications are greater. Here's why.
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Turn an old storage kit into NAS gold. Veteran storage accessories producer Addonics has a new, low-cost NAS adapter that can turn that old PC into a capacious file server.
Western Digital has announced a $299 hybrid drive that combines a 120GB SSD and a 1TB HD in a single drive slot, plus My Cloud NAS storage systems with one or four drives
The storage giant also suggested the NAS HDD could be used within the home being that it can hold up to one million songs or 500 hours of HD video.
Storage startup launches an updated version of its hybrid NAS/private cloud solution.
QNAP's new Atom-powered NAS boxes offer a good range of enclosure sizes and deliver better performance than the previous Marvell-based models.
Backup storage is becoming more important for small- and medium-sized businesses, Iomega says. A new pair of NAS devices aim to make that case.
The network-attached storage (NAS) server is for those who want to store their data locally, yet have access to that data over the web. To make that even easier, Synology offers apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
In the enterprise, everyone has gone mad for flash storage. Marvell and SanDisk are the latest to take the leap.
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.
Dell has updated its storage portfolio to include support for its Fluid File System.By bringing the Fluid File System to the Dell Compellent FS8600 NAS on Tuesday, the company has given enterprise users the ability to manage block and file storage via the same system across all three of its key storage lines — Compellent, EqualLogic and PowerVault.
Time was when a network-attached storage (NAS) box was pretty much that: just storage. But those times have changed, and you can now buy a NAS that offers features that were enterprise-level not that long ago.
Built with EMC storage technology and server-class drives, the aptly-named Iomega StorCenter PX Server Class Series is touted to be like "EMC’s enterprise network storage products" at a lesser cost.
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.
D-Link's no-frills approach to NAS will be attractive to businesses who need the storage basics without unnecessary complications. But those looking for a 'do-anything' system should look elsewhere.
EMC has made the Hadoop open-source data analysis framework more reliable when used on EMC's Isilon NAS storage by getting rid of the single point of failure in its storage filesystem
The company launched its EMC Isilon scale-out NAS with the combined with its Greenplum HD appliance will link together to combine storage, analytics and Hadoop.
Its first foray into the small business Network Attached Storage (NAS) market, Western Digital's new WD Sentinel DX4000 stands out mainly by virtue of its use of Windows Server 2008 R2 Essentials rather than Linux, as on most other NAS boxes.The hardware is pretty unremarkable, Western Digital opting for a dual-core Intel D525 Atom to drive its appliance supported by 2GB of DDR3 RAM.
Synology's new DiskStation DS712+ NAS device offers up to 21TB of server storage for small and medium businesses.
Changes were made in Mac OS X Lion to the library that manages Apple Filing Protocol. Unhappily for many customers, the new code breaks AFP file access and Time Machine backups on many third-party NAS (network-attached storage) boxes. Customers continue to purchase these products without a warning to Lion users.