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WiebeTech RTX 220-QR Price: Dependent on drive configuration – $499 with no drives PCI Card Info: TeraCard PCI – 30310-0500-0002 (TCESO-2e) Price: Provantage $81.50Read More
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Today weâ€™ll be looking at one of Rocstorâ€™s newest storage solutions, the Arcticroc 4T RAID enclosure. At first glance the Arcticroc (AR) doesnâ€™t look like your run of the mill external storage solution. Itâ€™s not.
The idea is that a NAS device securely sits out on your network and makes itself available to anyone authorized to use the network. Typical applications for a NAS include a central backup system, iTunes server, movie server, shared file server, and so on. This is a file server (and more) for the rest of us…or is it? Keep reading.
MyMac.Com has reviewed different large multiple-disk storage products recently. They all share some common traits – multiple disks in an enclosure (USB or FireWire), looking like a large single volume, and some form of RAID technology applied. Next up, the Drobo Storage Robot from Data Robotics, Inc.
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