sponsored by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Posted:  25 Mar 2009
Published:  25 Mar 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
This white paper highlights two new additions to the Cisco Small Business Network Storage System (NSS) line of products. The Cisco NSS2000 Series is a 2-bay network attached storage (NAS) system, and the Cisco NSS3000 Series is a 4-bay system. These desktop devices connect to the network through a switch and provide additional storage capacity and redundancy for important business data.

Highlights:
  • Small, versatile desktop form factor
  • Lockable drives for greater security
  • Support for redundant data backup (multiple RAID settings)
  • Gigabit Ethernet interface
  • Support for Microsoft Distributed File System
  • 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) file encryption for highly secure data storage
  • Ability to combine NSS devices to expand storage capacity
  • Quiet operation
  • The Cisco NSS2000 and NSS3000 Series are ideal for small offices and workgroups. Both are available either with or without hard drives. The NSS2000 model comes without hard drives, and the NSS2050 comes with two 250-GB hard drives preconfigured for easy setup and installation. Similarly, the NSS3000 comes without hard drives, and the NSS3100 comes with two 500-GB drives and two empty drive bays for expansion.





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