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Sabio Digital tunes up CM4 NAS

Sabio Digital today announced that it has enhanced its CM4 RAID NAS with FalconStor Software’s DiskSafe Express software.

FalconStor’s 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 launches combo NAS / switch

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.

Netgear refreshes Zetera-based NAS

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.

Infrant adds SMB rackmount NAS

Infrant Technologies today announced a Network Attached Storage (NAS) product for the SMB market. The ReadyNAS 1100 is packaged in a compact 12" deep 1U chassis, enabling back-to-back mounting in a four-post data rack. Typical power consumption is 75 watts with four hard drives.

Other hardware features include dual gigabit Ethernet ports, full-hardware RAID (0, 1, 5, X-RAID), support for up to four hot-swappable SATA hard drives and sequenced hard drive power on to protect against "start-up surging."

Iomega intros new small-biz NAS line

Iomega today announced the next generation of its Iomega StorCenter network-attached storage (NAS) devices. All models feature the Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 operating system, optimized for file and print services across the network and SATA-II hot-swappable hard drives.

Anthology Solutions goes belly up

Networked Storage Vendor Anthology Solutions, maker of the Yellow Machine Storage Appliance appears to have ceased operations in September. Visitors to Anthology's website are redirected to a support forum (http://yellowmachinecommunity.org/smf/).

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