Thecus had released version 5.0 of its NAS operating system.
QNAP had added new four and eight-bay Atom-powered NASes.
Our quick-and-dirty comparative review shows that Western Digital's new Red made-for-NAS drive can improve your NAS' performance in certain cases.
Infortrend has announced two new Intel-based NAS Server lines.
Thecus' TopTower N6850 is a very powerful $1200 NAS that can make good use of a 10 GbE connection.
Synology has released a new version of its NAS operating system for public beta.
Western Digital has announced a new line of hard drives specifically for NASes.
Thecus has announced longer warranties for some of its high-end NASes.
Seagate has announced a line of attached drives with "one-click" backup built in.
LaCie has announced a rackmount NAS running Windows Home Server 2011.
This data recovery case study shows how recovery of Virtual Machines can be much more difficult than you think.
NETGEAR is making a play for "big-iron" storage with a new modular NAS product line.
Update - The Synology DS1512+ DiskStation is an expandable high-performance five-bay NAS using Intel's D2700 Atom processor.
Thecus' N4800 uses Intel's D2700 "Cedar View" Atom processor, but has performance similar to D525 Atom competitors.
Buffalo has launched a revamped mid-range TeraStation line.
Seagate has announced its intent to acquire LaCie.
Iomega's incremental tweak of its dual-drive NAS brings new features and slightly better performance.
Buffalo just launched a pair of 2U rackmount Intel Xeon-powered NASes
In Part 2 of our series, we cover things you don't want to do when attempting data recovery.
Updated - Iomega has introduced a more powerful Intel-based twelve-bay rackmount NAS and added McAfee anti-virus protection to many of its business-class NASes.
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