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PC Week: Good Things Come in Small Packages: Cobalt's NASRaq device holds up to 32GB of data

Jul 13, 1999, 07:38 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Henry Baltazar)

"Cobalt Networks Inc.'s latest network-attached storage unit manages to stuff 32GB of data into a space-saving 2-inch-high box, allowing workgroup administrators to rack and stack multiple units inside cramped computer closets."

"The NASRaq's form factor is far more utilitarian than that of either Cobalt's Qube Internet appliance or the NASRaq's main competitor, Meridian Data Inc.'s Snap Server."

"In tests, we found the NASRaq extremely easy to install and manage using its Web-based administration tool and setup wizards."

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