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Iomega zips ahead with network storage range

14 Jun 11

EMC-owned Iomega has left its zip-drive past well behind with its most recent launch of storage devices; the StorCenter PX Series of desktop and rackmount network-attached storage (NAS) devices. 


The StorCenter PX Series features four-bay and six-bay desktop models and a four-bay rackmount model, each available in scalable configurations as well as optional solid state drives (SSD). The range is targeted towards SMBs, remote and distributed enterprises. 


Features:






  • Solid State Drives, Dual Core Intel Processor


  • Certified for VMware, Citrix, Windows Server


  • Fully Populated, Partially Populated and Diskless Configurations


  • Built-in Iomega Personal Cloud Technology for No-Cost Cloud Capabilities


  • Up to 18TB in Desktop Enclosure, 12TB in Rackmount Array





The Iomega & EMC product ranges are distributed in New Zealand by Datastor.

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