The terms SAN and NAS may be confusing. Both are general purpose storage solutions. NAS stands for
Network Attached Storage, and attaches to your
Ethernet network. SAN stands for Storage Area Network, and connects to a computer or server just like a SCSI hard drive.
Here are the differences:
How to Select the Right Product
towers, Changers, Jukeboxes, Hard Drive Caching - What's the Difference?
This tutorial describes
the different equipment for accessing CD-ROM or DVD-ROM discs. We provide
the pros and cons so you can select what will be best for your application .
Specials for the Summer
July and August
for this month:
N8740X-NetServ100 (7 CDs)
N1440X-NetServ100 (14 CDs)
J83516X-NetServ100 (35 CDs)
A7019-E100 (19 CD capacity)
A7040-E100 (40 CD capacity)
A7074-E100 (74 CD capacity)
(80 GB, EIDE)
If you need more information,
please give us a call or send an email. We recommend that you contact us
before selecting a product. Our experienced sales engineers will be happy
to help you configure the exact product for your requirements. Call us
at 1-800-431-1658 or 1-914-347-2530. You can also contact us by email.
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