Small business continues to benefit from the ripple effect of Iomega’s purchase by storage giant EMC. The latest network attached storage array from Iomega, dubbed the StorCenter ix12-300r, supports up to 250 people. It also features enterprise-quality network storage features without the heftier enterprise-quality price tag. EnterpriseStorageForum has the details.
Iomega has unveiled a new unified data storage array that moves the EMC (NYSE: EMC) division further up market, but one analyst thinks the new offering still leaves a sweet spot of the network-attached storage (NAS) market to rival NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP).
The new Iomega StorCenter ix12-300r Network Storage array combines NAS and iSCSI connectivity for small and medium businesses (SMBs) and enterprise workgroups, departments and branch offices. Pricing starts at $4,999 for 4TB, while a 24TB 2U version sells for $10,000.
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