QNAP's TS-269 Pro can move files at near Gigabit speeds. But it could push the limit of what you're willing to spend for a two-bay NAS.
Updated - QNAP has announced a new line of Intel dual-core Atom based NASes.
Synology has added a four-bay offering to its home NAS line.
Synology's DSM 4.1 has exited beta.
Synology has announced two dual-bay NASes using Marvell and Freescale CPUs.
Buffalo has added three biz-class Atom-based NASes to its TeraStation line.
Updated - Thecus has announced an Intel Atom-based seven-bay NAS.
Windows 8 Server's Storage Spaces will require data recovery tool makers to step up their game.
Updated - Thecus has announced a four-bay rackmount Atom-powered NAS and released a module that enables HDMI-equipped NASes to act as media players.
Updated - Using the hidden SSH root access in the WD My Book Live and enabling rsync lets it play a bigger role for storage, backup and remote file access.
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.
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