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  • Isilon overhauls clustered storage line with X-Series

    Isilon's latest IQ clustered system upgrade adds no functionality, but new hardware boosts performance. 

  • Web 2.0 and other digital-rich industries drive clustered NAS adoption

    Digital-rich industries, such as Web 2.0, are demanding high-performance NAS clustering, pushing file-based storage from 39% market share in 2006 to 76% in 2011, according to analysts. 

  • High-performance NAS speeds file-based storage

    Traditionally, NAS systems have had limitations in throughput, connectivity, reliability and scalability. As a result, mission-critical storage tasks still required a SAN. Today, a new generation of high-performance NAS systems promises to overcome p... 

  • Tutorial on network-attached storage

    The primary advantage of NAS devices is that network storage is no longer limited to the number of disks in a local server. With storage no longer limited by the number of disks that a server can hold, a NAS product can hold numerous disks (and can e... 

  • Don't let NAS consolidation impair performance

    Learn how to avoid some common NAS upgrade mistakes. 

  • BlueArc, HDS launch midrange NAS

    NAS partners BlueArc and HDS look to widen their appeal with smaller NAS systems that bring them into the midrange and into greater competition with NetApp. 

  • Isilon beefs up clustered NAS with 1 TB disk drives

    Isilon adds 1 TB drives to its clustered NAS systems, which are gaining popularity because of comparatively low prices. 

  • BlueArc branches into secondary storage

    BlueArc's Titan NAS will scale up to 2 PB as nearline/archival storage, but lack of data deduplication will make it hard to compete outside of the vendor's installed base. 

  • Choosing a low-end NAS product

    Many low-end NAS products are designed for personal or home office use. However, there are some products on the market suitable for certain SMB or enterprise-level applications. Learn what you need to consider before deploying a low-end NAS product. 

  • How to choose and implement a NAS aggregator

    Rick Cook details network-attached storage (NAS) aggregator basics, suggests things to consider before implementing a NAS aggregator, and outlines the major players in the market.