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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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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.
Editorial and production coordinate copyflow using a shared Snap Server from Quantum Computer subsidiary Snap Appliances.
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.
Adaptec Inc (Nasdaq:ADPT), a hardware manufacturer specialising in storage solutions, announced on 30 June that it had sold its Snap Server NAS business to Overland Storage Inc (Nasdaq:OVRL) for a net price of USD3.
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.
This enables users of the GuardianOS-powered Snap Server NAS system to integrate their system into Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Service environments.