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networked storage

Keeping data files and software in a centralized file server or storage system in the network (see SAN and NAS).
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"Our expertise of the MAC platform paired with the Apace Systems network storage systems, have enabled us all to better capture video editing and post-production markets."
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For midsized enterprises, Hitachi Data Systems offers a combination of the Silkworm 4100 midrange switch and the Hitachi TagmaStore Network Storage Controller model NSC55, successfully delivering rich, advanced functionality traditionally available only in high-end storage.
By integrating Gigabit Ethernet, multiple Serial ATA hard disk interfaces, and hardware-based RAID 0/1/5 redundancy into a single Network Storage Processor, more efficient network storage devices can be made available to broader markets including workgroups, offices and home networks, according to the company.