Thecus Technololgy recently introduced its 1U4500 Rackmount Storage Device. The 1U4500 is a four-drive SATA NAS supporting up to RAID 10 in a a 1U rackmount form factor.
The new NAS is powered by an ultra-low voltage 1.5GHz Intel Celeron M processor with 512MB of DDR memory. Features include four hot-swappable hard disk trays that accept standard 3.5 SATAII hard disks for up to 3 TB of storage, eSATA port, LCD status display, RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, and JBOD support and dual gigabit Ethernet ports with 802.3ad-based Load Balancing and Failover capabilities.
Tim Higgins takes a quick look at Infrant's newest ReadyNAS family members and finds two nice, but only incrementally better RAID 5 NASes.
Iomega today announced two new four-drive, SATA II based NASes with hot-swappable drives.
The StorCenter Pro NAS 150d Server runs Linux on a 400MHz CPU with 128 MB RAM and has a gigabit Ethernet LAN and four USB 2.0 ports. It supports RAID 0, 1 5 and JBOD modes, has a built-in print server supporting up to four USB printers and comes in 1 and 2 TB configurations.
Sabio Digital today announced that it has enhanced its CM4 RAID NAS with FalconStor Softwares DiskSafe Express software.
FalconStors DiskSafe Express allows for Bare Metal Recovery (BMR), a process in which users can boot their Windows PCs from the disk image stored on the CM4 in the event of disk failure for a complete recovery of their data "in less than five minutes". Sabio CM4 now includes a single-user license for DiskSafe Express, with additional licenses available for purchase.
Thecus Technology recently announced the N1200 combination BYOD NAS and router.
The N1200 can accept one 2.5" or 3.5" SATA hard drive and has one eSATA and two USB 2.0 ports for capacity expansion. A "one-touch" copy button is provided for easy file back up from digital cameras or USB flash drives.
ZyXEL has announced single and dual-drive BYOD networked storage devices to kick off its NAS product line.
(Las Vegas, NV) Buffalo Technology refreshed its networked storage lineup with three new products introduced at CES today.
Netgear has announced a new version of its "Storage Centrol" NAS, adding gigabit Ethernet capability.
The Storage Central Turbo (SC101T) also now supports two 3.5-inch SATA disk drives of "any capacity".
Like its predecessor, the SC101T is based on Zetera's Z-SAN Storage Area Network technology, which works only with Windows 2000 and XP systems.The SC101T is "expected to be available" in "early 2007". Pricing was not announced.