VIA Technologies today announced an 8 bay rackmount server based on its C7 processor.
VIA Announces 8 Bay Barebones NAS
- VIA adds Barebone NAS / Server
- Thecus Adds Enterprise NAS Pair
Iomega today announced a new small-business four-drive NAS.
QNAP Systems today announced what it says is the first four-bay NAS powered by Intel's low-cost Atom CPU.
VIA Technologies last week announced an eight-bay NAS aimed at Windows Home Server applications.
Synology today announced its Disk Station Manager 2.1 beta, which adds new mail server, IP camera support and other features. See the full release for details.
HP today announced an updated version of its Windows Home Server-based MediaSmart Server line designed for use with both Windows and Mac OS clients.
VIA Technologies today announced a two-bay mini server based on its C7-D processor.
SonicWALL yesterday announced a refresh of its Continuous Data Protection (CDP) product line, which provides continuous disk-based backup and recovery for small and medium size businesses.
QNAP has released version 2.1.0 firmware for its TS-509 Pro Turbo NAS. New features include iSCSI target service (up to 8 targets), AES 256-bit volume encryption, monitoring and recording from up to 4 network cameras and performance improvements.
The new firmware can be downloaded at no cost from QNAP.
The Debian installer team has announced the first release candidate of the installer for Debian 5.0 GNU/Linux (Lenny), which includes support for selected NASes based on Marvell's ARM-compatible Orion processor.
Seagate today introduced a dual-drive network storage server aimed at small business buyers.
Synology today announced that it has approved Seagate's 1.5TB ST31500341AS drive for use with its DS508, DS408, and RS408/RS408-RP NASes.
A complete list of supported hard drives is available here.
Mvix(USA) today announced a dual-drive NAS / Media Server with integrated web server features.
Thecus today announced the N3200PRO—a higher-performance version of its three-bay BYOD NAS.
Data Robotics today announced that 20 DroboApps have been developed or ported for use with its Drobo and DroboShare storage products.
Although not yet officially announced in the U.S., Buffalo's LinkStation Quad will soon be coming to a store near you.
Synology today announced a new RAID 1 NAS with a faster CPU and more memory than its previous dual-drive model.
Iomega today announced a new two-drive NAS that features Bluetooth connectivity, media services and remote file storage and access.
- VIA adds Barebone NAS / Server
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