Windows Storage Server 2003 Debuts

September 2003
Storage Magazine;Sep2003, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p10
Reports on the shipment of network-attached storage (NAS) products based on Microsoft's Windows Storage Server 2003, as of September 1, 2003. Products included in the shipment; Features of the new NAS package; Problem facing vendors in relation to Microsoft's NAS, according to analyst John Webster.


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