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Procom Launches Enterprise Class NAS Appliances

Procom Technology Inc. unveiled its new NetForce 3000 series of NAS appliances for enterprise use.

The NetForce 3000 Fibre channel-based storage can serve clients on existing LANs, MANs, and WANs. The 3000 series features a raw capacity of 4.38 TB per rack-mounted enclosure.

The 3000 series introduces two new models: the NetForce 3100HA, an entry-level enterprise featuring fault-tolerant architecture that includes dual-active Fibre RAID controllers and redundant cooling fans and power supplies; and the NetForce 3200 Symmetric Fault Tolerant (SFT) appliance for mission-critical applications. The 3200 SFT builds on the 3100 design by adding ultra high availability and clustered dual-active server models that ensure no single point of failure.

The 3000 series NAS appliances support cross-platform file sharing with support for both NFS under Unix and CIFS under Windows.

Contact Procom, (949) 852-1000, www.procom.com

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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