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  • Expert advice: What NAS gateways are all about has received many questions from our readers on NAS gateways and what's in store. As a result of those questions, we asked our NAS expert Randy Kerns to share his thoughts regarding the ease of NAS gateway implementation, why you mi... 

  • EMC jumps on NAS gateway bandwagon

    EMC announced a pair of new Celerra NAS systems in an effort to capitalize on the popularity of NAS gateway deployments. 

  • 2003 BRONZE: NetApp FAS200 Series

    Review of 2003 disk & disk subsystems bronze medal winner NetApp FAS200 Series. 

  • NetApp brings NAS gateway to IBM users

    While IBM has been slow to detail its network-attached storage (NAS) strategy, Network Appliance Inc. has taken its tried-and-true NAS gateway product and set it loose on IBM users in need of a way to manage block- and file-level storage. 

  • Isilon IQ gets smart about digital content

    Startup Isilon is offering a new distibuted file system aimed at storing large digital content files. 

  • Analyze that: Network Appliance

    As part of our "Analyze that" series, expert Randy Kerns dissects Network Appliance. Randy looks at what NetApp has done right this year, what products are carrying them and how storge managers should approach buying from them.Interview | 16 Jul 2003

  • Quick Takes: FalconStor soars on Maxxan's hardware

    Maxxan Systems to deliver FalconStor's IPStor storage management software on Maxxan's hardware platform; iQstor Networks expands channel partner program. 

  • Sun complements blade platform with new storage suite

    Sun Microsystems is attacking the entry level by rolling out a NAS system, a Fibre Channel array and a tape autoloader designed to complement the company's blade computing platform. 

  • Z-force switch aims to revolutionize NAS

    A switch startup is offering users a new way to use network-attached storage. Z-force told a group of investors and analysts at last week's RBC Capital Markets SAN Conference that its file-switching technology could make large "NAS arrays" a viable o... 

  • Dell offers low-end NAS devices for Windows shops

    Dell has announced a line of low-end NAS devices that is expected to attract shops that use the Windows-based platform, an arena where Dell is already deeply rooted.