Broadax Introduces NAS Storage Server

Broadax Systemstoday introduced their latest network attached storage (NAS) Server, the RMS-7210.

The company said the new storage system is a configurable, expandable RAID system in a 1U high 19-inch rack mountable chassis with four ATA-100 hot swappable hard drives (up to 320GB) and redundant hot swappable 250-Watt power supplies. The RMS-7210 uses RAID standards 0,1,5 and (5+1).

As a standalone or complete system, Broadax said the rack mountable storage systems have a dual speed 10/100MB Ethernet/Fast Ethernet network interface card (NIC), User access to the server is done via a browser interface or through a Windows-based (95/98/NT/2000) setup utility for DHCP automatic IP assignment.

According to the company, each system is equipped with a socket 370 Intel Celeron, PentiumIII, or Tualatin processor (CPU), main memory up to 256 MB per DIMM amassing a total of up to 512MB of RAM, front side bus (FSB) speeds of 66 to 133 MHz, two IDE controllers that each support one or two ATA-100 drives, a fixed disk drive (FDD) controller on board for onboard storage of application software, and two 10/100 N type Intel network interfaces on board.

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