LaCie unveils PC-friendly network server - Data and Server Racks
While the company has become better known for its Mac-friendly products over recent years, it has now revealed its new-look network server at the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 in Las Vegas.
Based on its award-winning 5big Network, the new technology offers small business users five replaceable drives, each with its own bay and capable of storage capacity of two tetrabytes each.
However, it is the compatibility with Windows that is generating the most excitement in Sin City, with this development meaning users will be able to configure the popular operating system to the device and thereby take advantage of a range of benefits, including automatic data back-up.
Welcoming the release, Leslie McGuire, director of Windows server marketing at Microsoft, said, according to TechGadgets.in: "LaCie's network server offers an exciting design and provides plenty of storage options with tetrabytes of capacity and the ability to back-up data from local computers and to cloud-based services."
The Paris and Portland-based LaCie's products are geared largely towards graphics professionals.
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