MicroNet Technology recently introduced the PlatinumNAS Plus with an integrated iTunes music server.
The new NAS is based on an Intel IOP RISC network processor platform with four hot-swappable SATA drives, dual gigabit Ethernet LAN, support for RAID 0, 1, 5 and JBOD modes and SMB/CIFS and WebDisk network services.
Other features include Active Directory and UPnP support, FTP and USB print servers, integrated file download manager supporting BitTorrent, FTP and HTTP and NSYNC support.
The PlatinumNAS Plus line is available immediately with suggested list prices from $799 for a 1 TB configuration to $2999 for the 4 TB model.
IOGEAR today introduced its 2-Port USB 2.0 Multi-Function Print / Storage Server (GMFPSU22W6).
The device enables network sharing of Multi-Function Printers (MFPs) and storage devices, such as external hard drives, flash drives and memory card readers. Network connection is via a 10/100 Ethernet port and two USB devices can be directly attached to dual USB 2.0 ports. Up to five total USB devices can be supported by attaching an external USB hub.
The GMFPSU22W6 has a suggested list of $169.95 and is available immediately.
Thecus today announced an updated version of its high-performance five-bay RAID NAS.
The N5200PRO doubles the processor speed and memory of its predecessor, using a 1.5 GHz Intel Celeron M processor and 512MB of DDR memory.
The N5200PRO features up to 5TB of capacity with five 3.5" SATA drive bays and supports multiple RAID levels, allowing multiple RAID volumes on a single system. The N5200PRO also supports iSCSI initiators, enabling users to access the N5200PRO as an iSCSI target device over the Internet or LAN.
QNAP recently launched a new BYOD SATA NAS.
The TS-109 Pro Turbo Station is a single drive BYOD SATA NAS capable of supporting 1 TB drives. Storage can be further expanded via USB 2.0 and eSATA ports. A single 10/100/1000 Ethernet port with jumbo frame support handles LAN connection.
The Turbo station features a web server with PHP, MySQL and SQLite support. Media serving options include a UPnP/DLNA Media Server with TwonkyMedia and Internet radio and well as an iTunes server.
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