The demand for storage never ebbs and companies like EMC and NetApp are poised to benefit. EMC is the largest storage player in the enterprise and has key consumer assets such as Iomega and Mozy. Storage touches everything from the data center to that iPod in your pocket. A key trend: Solid state drive adoption. Other key players: Seagate, Sandisk and Western Digital.
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It’s hard to see much value in the iSCSI facilities, but as an NAS appliance the Tiko Classic 340 is competitively priced, easy to manage and works well.
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.
This external hard drive is a great solution for those with computers that are filling up quickly or those who need idiot-proof backups.
If you require simple, inexpensive local or network-attached storage in capacities ranging from 80GB to 250GB, look no further than Ximeta's NetDisk.
Want to bring the feeling of the theatre into your own home without the cost of the candy bar? PJ-TX100 Home Theatre Projector could be your solution, although don't count on saving money just yet.
As virtualisation technology spreads through the datacentre, the race is on to develop ways of sharing out data to virtual servers and desktops in large numbers.
Iomega covers just about every portable storage base with the Floppy Plus, but power concerns make this a less compelling buy. Read our Australian review.
Though it's very expensive per megabyte, Iomega's Rev drive offers speedy, portable storage that's more scalable than that of a hard drive.Having once cornered the removable-storage market with the Zip and Jaz drives, Iomega is hoping for a comeback with the Iomega Rev.
DVD writing just keeps getting faster. Plextor's latest multiformat rewriter is speedy, flexible, and all at a reasonable price.
Need a speedy DVD recorder that's highly portable and compatible with both Windows and Mac? LaCie's d2 Dual 8X fits the bill and looks good doing it.
You can add multi-format DVD writing to any notebook with this drive, although you'll need USB 2.0 to get the best out of it.
The Ethernet Disk offers affordable network storage in a sleek rack-mountable casing. Performance isn’t great, but given its target audience this probably isn’t a show-stopper. Expansion is an issue though.
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.
LG Electronics’ GSA-4040B is the first drive on the market to support all five DVD formats -- and it's a good performer to boot.
If you're interested in working with DVD video, then this well-priced and well-specified +R/+RW drive will serve you well and won't break the bank.