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NAS

abbr.
1. National Academy of Sciences
2. naval air station

NAS

or N.A.S.,

1. National Academy of Sciences.
2. naval air station.
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Overland Storage products include award-winning Snap Server network attached storage products, NEO SERIES tape libraries, and REO SERIES disk-based backup and recovery appliances.
In addition, the new NEO E-Series integrates with Overland's REO SERIES of disk-based backup and recovery VTLs, Snap Server NAS appliances, ULTAMUS RAID SAN storage as well as other disk-based products, the company said.
have announced the Snap Server 700i series of iSCSI storage appliances, which deliver 1 to 36TBs of easily expanded capacity using any combination of SAS and SATA drives.
The Snap Server 14000 is available with 3 TB of capacity and enhanced features for the entry-level enterprise market.
Available with up to 3 TB of capacity and enhanced features for the entry-level enterprise market, the Snap Server 14000 enables IT managers to lower storage acquisition and management cost by consolidating file servers into a centralized system for information sharing across heterogeneous networks such as Windows, UNIX, Linux and Macintosh.
a provider of data protection and network storage systems, has introduced Snap Server EmailXtender Archive (EX/A) software, an e-mail archive solution for use in conjunction with the Snap Server line of Network Attached Storage (NAS) appliances.
Revenue from storage systems sales increased 84% to $82m based on shipments from the new ATL subsidiary and Meridian Data's Snap Server division.
Overland, Overland Storage, REO Series, REO, NEO Series, ARCvault, ULTAMUS and Snap Server are trademarks of Overland Storage, Inc.
Both companies have worked together to launch a disk-based data protection solution that combines the Snap Server NAS system with the V2i Protector software from Symantec.
Quantum is taking an equity stake in a new NAS company--Snap Appliance--formed this month around Quantum's Snap Server and Guardian product lines.
The Quantum Snap Server is the firm's first NAS product, and according to Quantum can be connected directly to a network in less than 15 minutes.