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New to the Charts: LaCie 2big Network

New to the Charts: LaCie 2big Network

Updated 3/30/2008 La Cie's 2big Network is the company's first real dual-drive RAID 1 NAS. Compared to its competition, the 2big's feature set is bare-bones with no media or print serving supported.

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Quieting Down the Promise SmartStor NS4300N

Quieting Down the Promise SmartStor NS4300NReader Peter Bell didn't just complain about the fan noise of this inexpensive NAS. He did something about it!

June Estimate for Windows Home Server Data Corruption Fix

A post on the Windows Home Server Team Blog yesterday provided a heads-up for an update to the Microsoft Knowledge Base Article that fleshes out the data corruption problem that has been affecting some users since late last year.

Buffalo LinkStation EZ Review: No-Frills, No Hassle NAS

Buffalo LinkStation EZ ReviewBuffalo set out to create a low-cost NAS that anyone could install and use, but at the sacrifice of performance.

Iomega adds rack-mount Linux NASes

Iomega today announced a new family of Linux-based rack-mount NASes in 1TB, 2TB and 3TB capacities.

The new Iomega StorCenter Pro NAS 200rL Linux Servers feature gigabit Ethernet LAN, four hot-swappable SATA drives with auto-rebuild and support RAID 0, 0+1, 5 and JBOD modes.

Engadget reviews Apple's Time Capsule

Nilay Patel's take on Apple's latest variation on the Airport Extreme:

Hardware: Basically an Airport Extreme with a hard drive inside.

Performance: Hogs the network when it's backing up.

Features: Backups only. Can't use as a general-purpose NAS.

Full article.

Thecus adds media server, iSCSI NASes

Updated: 18 March 20008: Thecus has renamed the N3200M to the M3800.

Thecus today announced two additions to its line of RAID 5 NASes, the three-drive N3200M and five drive iSCSI i5500.

Thecus N3200MThe N3200M is aimed at media serving applications and has DLNA, UPnP AV, iTunes servers and includes a photo sharing application and USB webcam support.

ZyXEL NSA-220 Review: Successor to the D-Link DNS-323?

ZyXEL NSA-220 Review: D-Link DNS-323 Successor?Zyxel's dual-drive NAS has the features and performance to take on D-Link's popular product.

QNAP TS-409 Review: The Quad drive NAS for You?

QNAP TS-409 Review: The Quad drive NAS for You?The quad-drive version of Qnap's Turbo NAS family has the same feature set of its dual-drive siblings, plus RAID 5, 6 and RAID migration.
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