HP Introduces Linux-Based NAS Appliances
Feb 02, 2008, 13:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Hewlett-Packard (HP) is debuting two Linux-based networked
attached storage (NAS) devices for the consumer/SOHO market. Based
on a Marvell Orion processor and equipped with a generous 512MB of
RAM, the new low-end Media Vault appliances come in single-
(mv2100) or dual hard drive (mv5100) versions.
"The mv2100 is equipped with a single 500GB SATA drive, says HP,
with an expansion bay to upgrade to a second drive for a total of
1TB internal storage. The mv5100 includes two 500GB drives or two
750GB drives, for a total of 1-1.5TB internal storage. Both models
are said to support additional storage via USB, and offer 2GB of
offsite, online backup. The mv5100 also supports RAID 1..."