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PRNewswire: LAND-5 Chosen by BigStorage Inc. For Enterprise NAS Solutions

Apr 07, 2000, 18:24 (0 Talkback[s])

"BigStorage, Inc., a division of Torque Systems, a major storage integrator focused on the Linux marketplace announced today that it has selected the LAND-5 iCEbox family of high-performance network attached storage (NAS) products for its enterprise-level solution. Providing high-availability and transparent file access by Linux, UNIX and Windows NT clients, iCEbox NAS solutions provide up to 10 terabytes of online RAID storage and can be installed in minutes without disrupting existing network users."

"LAND-5 offers two NAS solutions. The iCEbox StoragePod(TM) holds up to 18 Ultra2 SCSI or fibre-channel disk drives, fitting 655GB in a high-availability 6U rack-mountable enclosure. The StoragePod offers up to 4.5TB of instant network RAID storage. The recently announced iCEbox UltraPod(TM) is an entry-level solution that accommodates up to four hot-swappable disk drives and an internal tape drive, comes in a small 2U enclosure, and is expandable to over 10 terabytes of fibre-channel RAID storage. Both products exhibit aggressive price/performance."

"Founded in 1989, BigStorage, Inc., a division of Torque Systems, is the market leader in integrated-storage solutions, services and information for the Linux platform. BigStorage offers a complete line of services, including LiveResponse 24/7 telephone support, onsite support, online product reviews and a gateway to the Linux community. BigStorage is committed to the development of the Linux operating system as shown by our participation in Linux storage initiatives and sponsorship of the ReiserFS journaling file system project."

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