Are you in the market for network attached storage, NAS, for your organization? Network attached storage is a great way to make storage space available to many users on a network simultaneously. NAS is rapidly becoming a preferred storage solution because it is fast, easy to administer, and specifically designed... to be an extremely efficient file server. Frequently, the storage device uses either logical redundant or RAID storage architecture, which offers optimized performance, redundancy, and the ability to hot-swap drives.
Connection offers a number of network attached storage options. Higher-end devices are available with large terabyte capacities from vendors like Imation, Quantum, and BUFFALO Technology. Alternately, some data centers prefer to network multiple smaller storage devices together. Vendors of mid-range storage devices like Synology, Seagate, Netgear, HP, and Lenovo offer robust but affordable NAS equipment that can be deployed in clusters with new units added as required.
As storage requirements have become greater, the popularity of NAS has exploded. They allow you to efficiently store and transfer massive media files, while the built-in Write Once Read Many (WORM) capabilities of several storage options will be attractive to organizations that are legally required to permanently retain records. There is a wide variety of configurations available, from the number of bays that house separate storage in each device to the amount of cache memory available for faster file retrieval. The knowledgeable staff at Connection is ready to help you choose the network attached storage that most closely matches your specifications and your budget.
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