Netgear's ReadyNAS Duo has finally made it onto the SmallNetBuilder test bench and into the NAS Charts. And this highly-anticipated dual-drive NAS based on the acquired Infrant's X-RAID technology doesn't disappoint.
Buffalo Technology today expanded its TeraStation NAS line to include iSCSI-based products.
The TeraStation iSCSI and TeraStation iSCSI Rackmount each feature four hot-swap SATA drives and support RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10 modes. Network connection is via a single 10/100/1000 Ethernet port.
QNAP Systems recently announced the next generation of its one and two drive TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro NASes.
The TS-109 Pro II and TS-209 Pro II are based on a Marvell 500MHz CPU and 256MB of DDRII memory; twice the memory of the previous generation versions.
The new models carry forward all of the features of the TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro, including TwonkyMedia server, LAMP web and mySQL database servers.
The TS-109 Pro II and TS-209 Pro II are available now at MSRPs of $329 and $429 respectively.
The HP mv5150 Media Vault Pro is HP's refresh of its Linux-based Media Vault line. The attractive new enclosure takes its design cues from the troubled Windows Home Server-based Media Smart server. It is essentially a shorter version handling two drives. One is easily removable on a tool-less slide-out tray. The other drive also plugs into an internal backplane, but is not on a tray and requires removing four screws and a panel to access.
Buffalo Technology today announced a new miniature dual-drive NAS with 1 TB capacity.
The LinkStation Mini (LS-WS1.0TGL/R1) measures only 1.57 x 3.22 x 5.31 inches and weighs slightly over a pound. It has a gigabit Ethernet port and dual 5,400RPM 2.5 inch notebook drives and supports both RAID 0 and 1, as well as Active Directory.
Last month, Synology officially released its Disk Station Manager 2.0 firmware for its Disk, Cube and Rack Station NAS product lines. DSM 2.0 features a new AJAX-based user interface and a host of other features. DSM 2.0 also is supposed to provide improved throughput, so we agreed to retest a CS407 Cube Station to verify Synology's claims.
eFileCabinet today announced its new service offering, Concentsus Online Backup. The Concentsus solution is based on EMC's Fortress suite of online backup services. It performs automatic backups from Windows computers and servers via a secure SSL-based connection to eFileCabinet's offsite servers.
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