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Broadax Introduces NAS Storage Server
 

Broadax Introduces NAS Storage Server

Monday Apr 8th 2002 by Enterprise Storage Forum Staff

This new storage system goes up to 320 gigabytes

Broadax Systemstoday introduced their latest network attached storage (NAS) Server, the RMS-7210.

The company said the new storage system is a configurable, expandable RAID system in a 1U high 19-inch rack mountable chassis with four ATA-100 hot swappable hard drives (up to 320GB) and redundant hot swappable 250-Watt power supplies. The RMS-7210 uses RAID standards 0,1,5 and (5+1).

As a standalone or complete system, Broadax said the rack mountable storage systems have a dual speed 10/100MB Ethernet/Fast Ethernet network interface card (NIC), User access to the server is done via a browser interface or through a Windows-based (95/98/NT/2000) setup utility for DHCP automatic IP assignment.

According to the company, each system is equipped with a socket 370 Intel Celeron, PentiumIII, or Tualatin processor (CPU), main memory up to 256 MB per DIMM amassing a total of up to 512MB of RAM, front side bus (FSB) speeds of 66 to 133 MHz, two IDE controllers that each support one or two ATA-100 drives, a fixed disk drive (FDD) controller on board for onboard storage of application software, and two 10/100 N type Intel network interfaces on board.

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