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NSS Introduces New ProStor NAS Family

Network Storage Solutions announced the launch of its ProStor family of NAS servers, the newest family in its line of NAS systems. The ProStor family features a standard Intel chassis and motherboard.

The ProStor family is highly scalable, supporting up to four GB of ECC SDRAM and dual load-sharing hot-swappable power supplies. The system ships with a five-drive back plane, which can be upgraded to provide ten internal drives in a pedestal configuration with a 5U rackmount option. Powered by NSS’ SPANStor multi-protocol NAS kernel, ProStor initially supports up to 360 GB of SCSI RAID in the ProStor 360. The ProStor 730 with 730 GB of internal storage will be available in Q2.

The system ships with an 866-MHz Intel Pentium III processor, 66-MHz 64 bit PCI support, 256 MB of memory, and an internal, multi-channel RAID controller.

Contact Network Storage Solutions, (800) 532-2224, www.nssolutions.com.

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

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