MicroNet Offers NAS/iSCSI Hybrid

Company celebrates 20-year anniversary with launch of hybrid NAS/iSCSI SAN-ready solution

October 27, 2008

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TORRANCE, Calif. -- MicroNet Technology, a provider of storage solutions that small and medium businesses (SMBs) can rely on, today introduced its first unified NAS/iSCSI ipSAN-ready storage solution for the SMB market. The MicroNet MaxNAS combines best-in-class NAS file serving performance with iSCSI storage access for an easy-to-use, centralized repository capable of storing up to five terabytes of image, video, Word, Excel, PDF, database files and more.

Beyond the typical file server, the MicroNet MaxNAS is a high-performance network attached RAID with both NAS and iSCSI support to provide an all-in-one solution for SMB storage requirements. The MaxNAS unit features dual Gigabit Ethernet ports featuring enterprise-grade fault tolerance features such as load balancing, IP multi-pathing, and failover/failback capabilities.

Performance and best-in-class power efficiency are provided by Ultra-Low Voltage Intel® Processors, delivering enhanced performance and increased speed with greater efficiency. MaxNAS interoperates with Microsoft Networks (CIFS/SMB), Apple Filing Protocol (AFP 3.1), Network File System (NFS v3), File Transfer Protocol (FTPs), and Secure Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTPs). Three USB and one eSATA expansion port for portable storage and printer sharing round out the MaxNAS to deliver the performance and flexibility needed for business.

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