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BW: DISC Announces Line of Scaleable NAS [Linux] Servers

Apr 10, 2000, 17:01 (0 Talkback[s])

"DISC(R), Inc. (Nasdaq:DCSR), a leading manufacturer of automated library solutions for enterprise storage, announced today the COMET nas(TM) server, a line of fully scaleable Network Attached Storage (NAS) servers."

"The server can be installed and configured in less than five minutes without the assistance of corporate IT departments and offers architecture built upon the highly robust, open source, LINUX operating system. This NAS solution can be scaled to store and retrieve from 104GB to over 5TB of network storage for either workgroup computing environments or enterprise-wide solutions. The COMET nas(TM) server gives the administrator the ability to create and manage application or user-specific data sets. For greater convenience, the Common Server can set up and allocate capacities to user-definable storage pools, high performance file systems or the industry standard UDF file systems. When choosing the UDF file system, COMET nas(TM) server users can share data between multiple operating systems, departments or customers."

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