"Enhance Technology announced an eight-disk, Linux-based
network-attached storage (NAS) device, offering up to 16TB of SATA
storage. The UltraShare NAS8000-P4 incorporates an Intel Xeon
(Nehalem) CPU clocked at 2.0GHz, four gigabit Ethernet ports, and
an optional gateway for expanding to up to 176TB. ,P>"The
UltraShare NAS8000 is aimed at data-intensive applications such as
file sharing, fast FTP access (for an ISP), and video archive and
retrieval for IP surveillance cameras, says Santa Fe Springs,
Calif.-based Enhance Technology. Suitable for both SMB networks and
a large corporate IT infrastructure, the device supports file
sharing across Linux, Apple OS X, UNIX, and Windows clients, and
allows remote access via FTP with encryption, says the company.
"The NAS device is said to offer load balancing, fault
tolerance, and advanced security features. The device can also
synchronize to network directory services including ADS/PDC, NIS,
and LDAP, says Enhance Technology. "
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