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Pogo Linux Intros NAS

SEATTLE -- Pogo Linux Inc., a leading systems provider of Linux-based servers, workstations and storage systems, today announced the release of their most versatile and advanced storage device to date, the StorageDirector 3000 series network attached storage (NAS) appliance.

While providing enterprise-level features at a significant price advantage, the StorageDirector 3000 line enables both IT managers and users to deploy a broad range of storage capabilities without common management hassles. As the storage needs of all businesses continue to grow exponentially, uncomplicated, scalable storage solutions are top-of-mind for any management team. Pogo Linuxs StorageDirector 3000 series offers SMBs additional storage to meet their ever-growing needs while also providing cost-sensitive enterprise customers a solution that fits their existing structure and pocketbook.

"Because the StorageDirector 3000 series takes a simple, efficient approach to storage management, it allows us to meet the growing data needs of our small and mid-sized customers at a very compelling price point,” said Erik Logan, CTO of Pogo Linux. "Our open architecture means Pogo Linux can significantly reduce costs, yet still provide a high-end feature set that answers the requests of our core customer -- the SMB with enterprise aspirations.”

Value, Performance and Ease of Use

The ease-of-management, flexibility and interoperability features of the StorageDirector 3000 series are uncommon at prices affordable to the SMB marketplace. By simplifying storage management, the StorageDirector 3000 offers real value to any sized enterprise, providing customers with a complete alternative to high-cost, managed NAS and IP SAN systems.


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