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NAS Player Looks to Rackmount Storage

Businesses' proliferating data storage needs are pushing vendors to explore new ways of delivering capacity more efficiently and in larger sizes than ever before. Enter MicroNet, with its new rackmount MaxNAS offerings. SmallBusinessComputing.com reports.


Businesses can never have enough hard drive capacity, and two new offerings from NAS (network attached storage) expert MicroNet Technology help ensure that even a fast-growing organization has plenty of storage headroom.

The new MaxNAS 4R and MaxNAS 8R are the first products in the company’s MaxNAS line to be available in rack-mount enclosures, rather than standalone tower chassis, making them ideal for space-constrained businesses that prefer servers and other network equipment in a standard rack.

The MaxNAS products are targeted at companies with 30 to 150 employees, according to Adi Antariksa, director of sales at MicroNet. “We understand what our small business customers want,” said Antariksa.

“Most of them are growing and have infrastructure demands that come along with that. They need a solution that installs easily, can be deployed quickly and that’s easily managed.”

Read the full story at SmallBusinessComputing.com:
MicroNet Rack-Mount Storage Delivers Up to 16TB