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GizMac has released its second-generation XRackPro2 server racks. The new XRackPro2 features an air filtration system built-in to the rack.
Google plans to release a new version of its Search Appliance in the coming days that incorporates universal search into this enterprise search device.
Apple released firmware updates for many of its Mac hardware systems on Thursday. The iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro and Xserve all received updates.
MicroNet has introduced a new Fantom Drives G-Force MegaDisk NAS system with capacities up to 2 terabytes.
Newer Technology's miniStack NAS is a network attached storage device that borrows its styling cues from the Mac mini.
SNS's new Ellipse Fibre Channel cards, optimized for digital video and enterprise applications, work with the Mac.
Apple is now offering an optional $999 RAID card for its Xserve.
OWC has introduced a new network attached storage device for Macs and PC networks called NASPerform.
Computerworld studies the case of Auto Warehousing Co., which is moving over to Macs to execute virtually all of its revenue-generating operations.
Xserve Lights Out Management is an update for Intel-based Xserves that improves security.
Corporate America is showing more interest in the Mac, though Apple doesn't offer sufficient support and service to enterprise customers, according to Computerworld.
Netgear, maker of networking hardware, has acquired Infrant Technologies, developers of the ReadyNAS line of network attached storage devices, in a deal valued at $60 million.
GizMac has released a 6U version of its XRackPro2 portable server storage system.