Unicore Technologies Corp. — a global manufacturer of Network Attached Storage (NAS), and a worldwide provider of Storage Area Networks (SAN) — have added Mac and Gigabit Ethernet support in their 10-HA, 10R, 350, and 350R model NAServer products, according to MacTech Magazine.
NAServer is an embedded thin file server that provides network storage access for Mac, UNIX, Novell, and Windows clients. NAServer attaches to any 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, or 1000Base-TX/SF Ethernet LAN. It’s auto-configuring, and supports multiple high-speed SCSI storage devices. Unicore Technologies has developed a multi-function, high-performance series of network attached storage (NAS) systems that are targeted to pre-press and graphics, departmental, and office use.
“Industries such as media publishing are demanding high performance storage, and Mac connectivity,” said David Marchioni, Unicore’s director of Products and Support. “We’ve added the power of Gigabit Ethernet and the flexibility of Macintosh support to our family of NAServers.”
All NAServers provide heterogeneous out-of-box support for Direct AppleTalk/IP, Web, UNIX, Novell, NT, and FTP. NAServer models range from a 1U 19-inch rackmount unit with up to 320GB of storage capacity, to Deskside models scaling to more than 1TB of storage. Models support hot swappable drives, RAID 0, 1, and 5, and have redundant power supplies.