Tuesday, Jun 18th
Buffalo has announced VMware certification for two TeraStation products and free iOS web access apps.
Seagate today announced that 3 TB drives will be available in its BlackArmor NAS 220 and 440 NASes.
Updated We take a last look at Cisco's new NAS family by looking at some of its unique and value-add features.
CTERA today announced a new release of its "hybrid cloud" service incorporating server and bare metal backup and shipments of its new rackmount data protection appliance.
Synology has announced the release of its DiskStation Manager 3.0 for all x07 and newer DiskStations. The DSM 3.0 beta was announced last month.
The new OS is available now as free download.
Updated NETGEAR's D410 Atom ReadyNAS may put buyers into a quandry about purchasing it or an NVX.
The Cisco NSS326 6-Bay Smart Storage has been added to the NAS Charts.
QNAP today announced its new line of Intel D525 Atom based NASes.
The Cisco NSS324 4-Bay Smart Storage has been added to the NAS Charts.
Pogoplug today announced a cloud printing feature and start of shipments for its wireless adapter and Pogoplug Biz model.
The Cisco NSS322 2-Bay Smart Storage has been added to the NAS Charts.
Updated - Our new NAS test methodology includes a more powerful testbed system and revamped benchmark lineup.
Ever wonder what it's like having your business acquired...almost? Online backup provider Backblaze does.
Iomega today said it is switching its portable USB drive lineup to USB 3.0.
CloudEngines today announced a wireless adapter for its Pogoplug family of cloud storage appliances.
Intel has announced two new Atom processors aimed at boosting performance for network storage products.
Synology today unveiled a beta program for its completely revamped DiskStation OS.
Synology's DX510 is an expensive, but effective way to expand storage for its DS710+ and DS1010+ NASes.
QNAP has released a media player for Android devices.
The QNAP TS-110 Turbo NAS has been added to the NAS Charts.
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