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  • HDS wins enterprise NAS

    After sweeping Storage magazine's Quality Awards for SAN products, Hitachi Data Systems also places first for enterprise NAS, while NetApp continues to rule the midrange. 

  • HDS wins enterprise NAS - page 3

    Hitachi Data Systems places first for enterprise NAS, while NetApp continues to rule the midrange. 

  • NetApp under attack at SNW

    Pixar and MySpace tout Ibrix and Isilon over outmoded NAS products from NetApp, while Microsoft hints at plans to take on the company in the enterprise. 

  • U.K. backup service provider saves a bundle

    Core Consultancy, a remote backup and DR services provider in the U.K., picked an Asigra/OnStor package over Veritas and NetApp, and saved tens of thousands of dollars. 

  • Storage Clips: Adaptec aims higher with 500 Series

    Adaptec released a new set of its branch office NAS devices aimed at larger, higher level departments with boosted capacity and throughput. 

  • Search engine consolidates with NAS gateways

    Shopzilla consolidated its environment with a new SAN / NAS architecture from OnStor and 3Par -- and saved significant money in the process. 

  • All-in-One Guide: NAS

    This complete guide to NAS will provide you with information on NAS protocols, hardware and features, as well as information on NAS management and a buying guide. Take our challenging test at the end (if you dare). 

  • Top five NAS tips 2005

    This link will take you to the Top 5 NAS tips for this year. 

  • BlueArc turns heads among NAS users

    NAS users are increasingly choosing Titan over big storage players like NetApp and EMC, saying they like the server's scalability. 

  • Storage Clips: Data Domain supports third-party storage

    Data Domain announced a gateway version of its D2D backup product that supports third-party storage, turning these arrays into long-term archives using its compression technology.