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  • 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 

  • Microsoft lines up NAS partners

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

  • EMC offers Windows-based NAS, for how much?

    EMC has made its NetWin Windows-based network-attached storage gateway smaller and cheaper, but with a Clariion on the back end is it a cost-effective approach to NAS? 

  • Microsoft chases NAS tail

    Still playing catch-up in the NAS market, Microsoft has fixed Exchange to work on its NAS devices 

  • Expert Kerns answers common NAS questions

    Join NAS expert and Evaluator Group partner Randy Kerns as he answers a few common questions about where and when NAS should be deployed. (If you have a question for Randy, go to our site's Interview | 27 Jul 2003

  • Storage magazine: In-depth NAS coverage

    For an in-depth look at NAS and its players, there's no better place than this series of Storage magazine columns and features hand-picked by the editors. 

  • Where NAS makes sense

    Find out how you should be playing the NAS market by joining Evaluator Group partner, and expert Randy Kerns for a look at "Where NAS makes sense". 

  • NetApp offers full access to management interfaces

    NAS maker Network Appliance is giving access to its Manage ONTAP suite of APIs free of charge to any company that wants to manage NetApp's filers with third party management tools. 

  • Home Depot unit keeps networked storage simple with one vendor

    In a time when many users demand the flexibility of a multi-vendor environment, one user says the way to reduce the complexity of storage management is to stick with one vendor. 

  • HDS, NetApp forge alliance on NAS, SAN systems

    HDS has a new partner, and it's a big one. The company struck a deal with Network Appliance to sell NetApp's NAS gateway devices with HDS Freedom storage arrays, bringing block and file level storage applications together.