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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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.
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.
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.
Thecus today announced two additions to its line of RAID 5 NASes, the three-drive N3200M and five drive iSCSI i5500.
The N3200M is aimed at media serving applications and has DLNA, UPnP AV, iTunes servers and includes a photo sharing application and USB webcam support.