LinuxPR: LAND-5 Introduces Linux Network Attached StorageJan 18, 2000, 06:12 (1 Talkback[s])
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"iCEbox StoragePod propels Linux into the enterprise storage arena."
"LAND-5 Corporation today announced the Linux-based iCEbox StoragePod, a network attached solution offering up to 4.5TB of instant network RAID storage. Providing high-availability, high-performance, and transparent file access by Linux, UNIX and Windows NT clients, the iCEbox StoragePod can be installed in under thirty minutes without disrupting existing network users. Designed expressly for mission-critical environments, the StoragePod offers is an ideal answer when additional network storage is required. The product will be demonstrated at the upcoming LinuxWorld Expo in New York, February 2nd through February 4th (Booth # 131)."
LAND-5 development activities have resulted in enhanced Linux RAID software with user-friendly interfaces offering considerable functionality. Performance optimization has been addressed as well. The end result is a powerful, cost-effective alternative to traditional hardware-controlled RAID solutions. The practical ability to use a Linux solution for continuous access to critical online information is now a reality."
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