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EMC announces new features for its Isilon NAS and its Syncplicity file sync and sharing system at EMC World 2013.
Whatever the attractions of network-attached storage, scaling out or up is tricky. So where are the enterprise-level features that address those issues for smaller organisations?
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.
The QNAP TS-419P II holds its own on features in the competitive NAS market, although it's let down in some of the smaller details such as locking drive bays.
Synology's wide range of consumer and business NAS enclosures has a new addition aimed at small businesses — the DiskStation DS712+. This bears some resemblance to the existing DS710+ 2-bay model, but features a beefier 1.
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A very scalable NAS appliance, the RS2211+ benefits from the add-on extras found on other Synology storage devices, which should appeal to small businesses. However, it lacks some storage-specific features that enterprise customers may be looking for.
Dane-Elec's MyDitto is a competitively priced 1TB NAS box offering impressively straightforward remote access, although it lacks one or two common features.
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There is a very interesting article in the 2/11/2010 issue of Electronic Design that reviews a number of NAS (Network Attached Storage) products. Although the focus is more on the electronic aspects of the NAS devices, there is some discussion of the firmware features built into some of the systems.
Iomega's StorCenter ix-200 NAS device brings home and small business users enterprise features and capable simplicity for a decidedly consumer price.
This neat 4-drive NAS box will fit in pretty much anywhere and, if you need the added enterprise-level features, is good value for money.
For sharing media files and other documents on a home network, the DNS-343 would be fine. For business use, the awkward permissions system makes management more difficult than it needs to be.
Thecus today introduced its N0204 miniNAS device, what it calls "the world's smallest fully-featured NAS device."Measuring 132 mm by 88 mm by 63 mm, the N0204 is about the size of an external hard drive, but is in fact a two-bay, hot-swappable, auto-build ready NAS device (it houses two 2.
Cloud computing is one of the buzzwords for 2009, so I guess it's no surprise that Netgear is jumping on the bandwagon with its announcement that its ReadyNAS Vault service is bringing "cloud backup" to its network storage devices.On its surface, ReadyNAS Vault doesn't sound so different from the online backup features that some NAS manufacturers make available to their customers.
The battle to be the top network hard drive solution for home networks continues with Iomega's latest salvo. The new StorCenter ix2 NAS device adds a new wrinkle with its Bluetooth supportallowing you to transfer files from a cell phoneand implements more software from parent company EMC.
TEAC's Vendotto Wall NAS box is a good idea, poorly executed. The firewall is very good, but the server side is fairly feeble by comparison.
Iomega's P850m NAS appliance is an enterprise-class device that combines high-capacity storage with high levels of redundancy and superb ease of use. It carries a lofty price tag, but the overall TCO makes it one for the shortlist.
Storage-system maker Network Appliance announced a deal Monday to use Maxtor hardware in a new lower-end product. NetApp's storage systems--"network-attached storage" (NAS) products, which connect to computers over ordinary networks--typically cost tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. The NearStore line, though--designed to speed data backup over a network--features models that aren't as costly. Announced in December, the NearStore line unites Maxtor's NAS 6000 with NetApp's custom operating system, Data Ontap, the companies said. The deal has the potential to last several years and to bring Maxtor millions in revenue, said Maxtor spokesman Mike Sanchez. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News