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Drobo goes NAS

Marketed as “storage that manages itself”, Data Robotics has carved a niche for its RAID protected Drobo products, primarily amongst creative professionals looking to plug extra storage into Apple Mac and Windows PCs. Now it’s hoping to widen that appeal by adding support for network sharing onto its new Drobo FS appliance.

April 8, 2010

HP StorageWorks EVA4400

The HP EVA4400 is a Storage Area Network (SAN) system that provides data storage and security on a much larger scale than a simple RAID or NAS system. We found it to be a reliable and scalable high-end data system.

May 21, 2008 by

Libs hit out at Labor 'broadband ram raid'

The Liberals have stepped up their campaign against Labor's proposed use of the Communications Fund to finance its fibre-to-the-node network, accusing the government of a "smash and grab raid" on the future of Australia's infrastructure.

March 12, 2008 by

Iomega packs 1TB into tiny NAS device

Staying true to its heritage of releasing innovative external dedicated storage devices, Iomega is now shipping the $349 StorCenter Network Hard Drive: a storage device attached to a gigabit Ethernet network that in addition to providing 1 terabyte of JBOD, RAID 0 or RAID 1 configured storage, is also a print server.

September 27, 2007 by

Howard blasts "reckless" Labor broadband plan

Prime Minister John Howard today accused Labor of being reckless and short-sighted in proposing to raid the Future Fund to pay for a high-speed broadband network. Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd today unveiled a plan to use up to AU$2.

March 20, 2007

Adaptec iSA1500 Storage Array

This is not as easy as to deploy as Adaptec would have you believe, but it's worth persevering with as an affordable alternative to more expensive Fibre Channel SAN solutions.

February 15, 2005 by

Evesham NAS-2108R

This is a cost-effective choice if you need a router for your DSL-connected network that can be a RAID-based file server, wireless LAN access point, firewall and much besides.

May 7, 2003 by

Disk quota management arrives at last

Even though today's enterprise file servers offer more and more disk space, users still find ways to fill all the storage you give them. I'm sure you all have storage hogs, who despite constant prodding by your network managers, still keep the last four years of their personal e-mail on the server (replete with scores of 50MB PowerPoint file attachments) and those who feel that your $30,000 box with 100GB of RAID-5 or SAN storage is their personal Napster service.

April 22, 2001 by

Infrastructure Digest

Duo teams disk and tapeDynamic Network Factory has teamed traditional disk-based RAID with tape backup to provide relatively low-cost, fault-tolerant storage.The company's DataStor RAID server, which was demonstrated at NetWorld+Interop in Atlanta last week, offers disk storage capacities of 75GB and 112GB as well as RAID levels 0, 1 and 5 in a box with fault-tolerant features and a data transfer rate of up to 80MB per second.

July 28, 2000 by

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