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network-attached

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  • ParaScale competes with Amazon, NetApp, Islion, EMC and Sun Microsystems in what is generically referred to as the scalable network-attached storage business.

    ParaScale, a Cloud Storage Company Opens For Business

  • If you're doing a lot of transactions you'll be bogged down if you go through a hypervisor to a [network-attached storage] disk.

    The Limits Of Virtualization

  • Get all your friends together and have them hook up their computers to your network and add some network-attached storage device.

    Advisor: What should I do with my high school CD collection? Boing Boing

  • If you bought a networked A/V component recently, it's most likely DLNA certified, which means, as with the PS1, you can beam audio to it from a Skifta computer or your mobile phone and if you're tech-savvy enough, a network-attached storage device.

    2011: A Wireless Hi-Fi Odyssey

  • UCS relies on a data center fabric that can handle storage-area networks, network-attached storage and iSCSI, creating opportunities to save costs by reducing provisioning time, more efficient management and reduced power costs.

    Data center upgrades demand attention now

  • Currently, many businesses are looking toward network-attached storage (NAS), which is a hard-disk, file-based data storage solution accessed via a network.

    Not just a passing fad: Improved productivity looks good on your business

  • Goel says the company's software allows enterprises to manage different types of storage systems, such as network-attached storage (NAS) and fibre channel storage area networks (SANs), as a single infrastructure.

    NetApp Hopes to Catch Virtualization, Cloud Computing Wave

  • Isilon is part of a new wave of storage makers that have developed a cheaper and more flexible approach to so-called network-attached storage, which allows companies to quickly build large clusters of storage devices on inexpensive commodity hardware, said Forrester Research analyst Frank E. Gillett .

    EMC to Buy Isilon to Handle Data Deluge

  • The $3.3 billion company's strategy hinges on software developer kits for its Junos operating system as well as its Junos Space software for orchestrating, automating and providing insight into network operations and its Junos Pulse software for network-attached clients, like smartphones and laptops.

    The Microsofting of Juniper Networks

  • Meanwhile, EMC lacks a "true scale out" network-attached storage platform, according to Kidron.

    Dell to make a play for Brocade?

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