Network Engines leaps into storage

Connor, Deni
November 2000
Network World;11/13/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 46, p43
Trade Publication
Focuses on Web server appliance vendor Network Engines' foray into the storage market. Emphasis on the needs of service providers at collocation sites and other network-edge locations; Introduction of a midrange network-attached storage appliance for space-compromised electronic commerce operations; Features of the StorageEngine Voyager. INSET: Briefs..


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