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Western Digital goes big on NAS with ShareSpace

2 and 4TB capacities available

| Storage News | Posted: Oct 1, 2008 12:16 am

Western Digital has just unveiled its new ShareSpace line of storage solutions, marketed towards the business/corporate sector where centralized mass storage is the key to a smoother operation.

 

Western Digital goes big on NAS with ShareSpace

 

The ShareSpace allows for up to four HDDs and is available in either 2 or 4TB configurations. It can be connected either by USB 2.0 or Gigabit ethernet and its residing GreenPower series hard disks can be set to operate in either RAID 0 or 1, with the 4TB version also allowing for a RAID 5 config.

 

Western Digital goes big on NAS with ShareSpace

 

The unit comes bundled with WDs own automatic backup and remote accessing software and also features support for Microsoft Active Directory. It is now available for purchase at select retailers and WDs online store at an MSRP of $699.99 USD for the 2TB model and $999.99 USD to shift up to 4TB.

 

To learn more about the ShareSpace NAS lineup, you can read the press release here. Furthermore, RegHardware has published a review of the 4TB model here folks.

 


LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Sept. 30, 2008 - WD® (NYSE: WDC), the world's leader in external storage solutions, today introduced its new WD ShareSpace high-speed network storage systems that provide cost-effective, centralized storage for small office and home networks. WD ShareSpace represents WD's first entry into the small-office network storage market, where it plans to bring to a new class of users the ease-of-use, design and value enjoyed by millions of WD My Book® and My Passport™ customers.

 

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