NAS upgrades buying guide: chapter 3 -- NAS gateways

You asked for it, so here it is -- a printable version of our NAS buying guide.

You asked for it, so here it is -- a printable version of our NAS Buying Guide.

NAS gateways overcome inherent limitations of scale and flexibility by utilizing externally connected storage. It's common for a NAS gateway to share storage through a storage area network (SAN), allowing users to consolidate their NAS data on SAN storage and realize the benefits of high performance and redundancy.

The product snapshots in this chapter highlight key specifications for a cross section of major NAS gateway products.

Download NAS Upgrades Buying Guide: Chapter 3: NAS gateways in .pdf format now.

This was last published in October 2007

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