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NAS virtualization switches are able to move data without affecting user access.
NAS become performance bottlenecks, when you compare the NAS peak speed (typically 12.
The Freedom NAS product will be available in 1U, 2U, and 6U rack-mount enclosures which fit in the standard 19" racks, for immediate delivery.
NAS is not a new concept--it has been around for almost ten years.
Similar to a NAS primary storage appliance, a backup appliance would be easy to install, easy to use, easy to manage, and, because it is dedicated to one function, would be highly reliable.
The advent of network-centric appliances to address the management of NAS installations will bring about a new and powerful tool for storage managers to extend enterprise file services to their users.
Microsoft's conclusion (and Domino/Lotus Notes bears it out) is that the disk system that is used to store messaging data must have all the features of locally attached block storage (Microsoft will support NAS devices that handle both files and blocks, such as hybrid NAS appliances or NAS gateways, as long as the logical unit is exposed to the network using an FC or parallel SCSI interface instead of as a file system.
As consumers accumulate digital multimedia content, the market for NAS servers in the home is growing rapidly, according to research firm IDC.
NAS vendors typically claim that their devices are optimized for file serving.
Compellent Technologies, a provider of affordable and modular enterprise storage solutions, and ONStor, the leader in Enterprise NAS Gateways, today introduced the industry's first integrated SAN and NAS solution with automated tiered storage capabilities.
HP expanded its Storage Works network attached storage (NAS) portfolio recently with the introduction of the HP Storage Works NAS l000s solution for enterprise remote offices and small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs).