Seagate Announces New Network Storage Server For SMB

The network-attached storage (NAS) solution scales from 1-TB to 12-TB to meet evolving storage needs of small businesses.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Oct 4, 2010
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In a press release presented on Tech Whack, Seagate (STX) introduced the BlackArmor NAS 440 network storage server and BlackArmor NAS 220 network storage server, extending the capacity range of Seagate’s BlackArmor family of storage solutions. This introduction of the industry’s highest-capacity, 4-bay and 2-bay, desktop network attached storage solutions will help data-intensive small business address evolving storage needs and enables businesses to now scale from 1TB to 12TB to help keep pace with the growing stores of high-definition multi-media files and business critical data.


"Remote access with the included, web-based Seagate Global Access service and FTP functionality. Quick start features, ability to easily view or map shared volumes to a computer, or back up the PC from which you are working from, using the BlackArmor Discovery tool software, which automatically displays all BlackArmor NAS products connected to the network. Full-system backup and recovery helps protect everything on your PC’s hard drive including the operating system, programs and settings. In the event of a system crash or failure, your computer can be restored to a previous point in time with SafetyDrill software."

Read the Full Release at Tech Whack

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