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Seagate Debuts with a New Line of NAS Systems

It is a well-known verity that corporate field sets up its own requirements towards PC hardware and server systems. Seagate totally realizes this fact, designing dedicated products to ensure all foremost facilities for business boost. With this purpose, the company has launched a new line of NAS servers, codenamed Seagate Business Storage.

The line is represented by models that are equipped with one, two or four drive bays, the overall volume capacity of which might vary from 2TB to 16TB. One-bay NAS model features 172x60x147 mm dimensions, two-bay model features 310x155x275 mm dimensions, and four-bay storage has got 240x247x377 mm dimensions.

All models included in the series are predestined to operate either on Windows or Mac OS X platforms. Thanks to the outstanding Seagate Business Storage facilities, corporate clients get an opportunity to fulfill data backup activity without any problems. In addition, these products might become a reliable basis for the organization of a secured cloud storage, access to which is entitled not only to ordinary PCs but also to tablets and smartphones based on Android and iOS platforms. The availability of encoding of selected files option facilitates the protection of the most critical documents from unauthorized access.

The triple is equipped with Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mb/sec port and USB 3.0. New NAS devices from Seagate with two and four drive bays are furnished with a supplementary USM slot. This slot enables the connection with Backup Plus external drives. Pricewise, the junior one-bay NAS is valued at $200 (2TB capacity) and $329 (4TB capacity); two-bay NAS without drives is evaluated at $200, with two drives of 4TB capacity – at $470, of 6TB capacity – at $550 and of 8GB capacity – at $750; in its turn, the senior four-bay model without drives costs $430, while the configuration with four drives of 16TB capacity might achieve $1500.
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  • 22 February 2013, 19:25
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