Saturday, May 18th
The Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive, Cloud Edition has been added to the NAS Charts.
Thecus has announced a new version of its NAS OS.
The LG N1A1 1 Bay Super Multi NAS has been added to the NAS Charts.
Thecus today introduced its new Atom-based XXX NAS family.
Buffalo has announced a new line of Windows Storage Server based NASes.
Western Digital is buying Hitachi's storage business.
QNAP has announced support for 3 TB drives for many of its NASes.
LaCie just gave a +1 for Intel's Thunderbolt technology with a new DAS using Intel SSDs.
PROMISE Technology said it has the first RAID direct attached storage for Intel's Thunderbolt bus.
If you're really mourning the impending loss of Windows Home Server's Drive Extender technology, there may be hope.
QNAP has announced new features for its NAS product line.
Promise announced new four and six bay dual-core Atom based NASes.
Thecus has announced two enterprise-focused rackmount NASes that accept SATA or SAS drives.
Drobo today rolled out new 8 and 12 bay storage products aimed at business users.
Microsoft has officially removed its controversial Drive Extender technology from the upcoming release of Windows Home Server 2011.
QNAP has added three "affordable" NASes for home and SOHO users.
The QNAP TS-419P+ has been added to the NAS Charts.
Synology has added a more powerful four-bay 2.5" only NAS.
The QNAP TS-219P+ has been added to the NAS Charts.
QNAP has announced a new four-bay rackmount NAS.
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