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  • Storage Clips: Iomega updates NAS servers

    Iomega's NAS 400r servers get a revision; Xiotech releases new replication appliance; Kasten Chase encryption integrates with StorageTek tape libraries. 

  • Storage Clips: Xiotech ships Windows-based NAS

    Xiotech offers "pay as you grow" Windows-based NAS; Rainfinity integrates with NetApp NearStore; Sanrad offers iSCSI-based replication 

  • EMC chases NetApp with cheaper NAS devices and iSCSI support

    EMC continues its push down market, announcing lower-cost NAS products. 

  • Snap users get a boost

    A new NAS server from Snap, now owned by Adaptec, will give EMC and HP a run for their money in the mid-range market 

  • Adaptec buys NAS king Snap

    Targeting the low-end and a fresh installed base, Adaptec agreed yesterday to acquire San Jose, Calif.-based Snap Appliance. The $100 million dollar deal will give Adaptec more fire power to go after customers who may otherwise buy EMC or HP. 

  • NAS clustering breaks 1 GB barrier

    PolyServe has announced that its NAS clustering software offers 1 GB in I/O throughput, bettering traditional NAS appliances, it claims 

  • Sun recharges its storage line

    Among Sun's swath of server and software news, there's a smattering of storage updates –- notably the 6920 Pirus box. 

  • Microsoft lines up NAS partners

    EMC, HP and Dell announce support for Exchange users on Windows NAS boxes. How are the offerings different? 

  • Sun and NAS to meet again

    Sun is taking its third stab at the NAS market, this time via a software licensing deal with Procom. 

  • NAS appliance eases server mayhem

    Forty file and print servers became impossible to manage so Risdall bit the bullet and spent some money on a storage project