Tuesday, October 13th 2009
Adding to its suite of scalable storage solutions for small business, Seagate today announced availability of the BlackArmor NAS 110 network storage server. This new offering is the first of the Seagate BlackArmor NAS family to include additional capabilities designed to meet the specific needs of small/home offices and prosumers who crave the latest NAS technology. Available immediately through Seagate.com and leading retailers and e-tailers such as Best Buy, Staples, Amazon.com and Newegg, the BlackArmor NAS 110 server can be purchased for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $229.99 for 1TB and $349.99 for 2TB.
- Backup and protection for up to 10² network-connected PCs with incremental and full-system, automatic backup.
- Support for Windows Server 2008 allowing customer to use it as their primary business server.
- Ability to centralize, stream and share media files and documents from computers on a network, share them with other DLNA compliant devices and computers on the network running iTunes software.
- Remote access with intuitive, web-based management interface, allowing customers to designate user access manually or integrate with Microsoft Active Directory.
- Wiki server support so business can host an intranet share site to improve visibility and collaboration.
- Quick start features, ability to easily view or map shared volumes to a computer, or back up the PC from which you are working from, using the BlackArmor Discovery tool software, which automatically displays all BlackArmor NAS products connected to the network.
- Instant files duplication from storage devices such as digital cameras and USB drives connected to the front USB port using the OneTouch backup button.
- Full system recovery of the operating system, programs and settings, in the event of a system crash or failure with SafetyDrill+ software.
- Event notification to help prevent and manage drive errors or disruption.
- Two additional USB ports to connect extra USB storage devices, easily share a USB printer or connect an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to safeguard from power failure.