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Seagate intros Maxtor Central Axis storage server

2TB in RAID keeps data safe

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Nov 14, 2008 3:42 am

Seagate has just launched a new Maxtor branded dual-drive network storage server they call the Maxtor Central Axis Business Edition.

 

Seagate intros Maxtor Central Axis storage server

 

This unit is mostly targeted at the small-business crowd who seek simple reliable storage that's easily accessible with the added security of auto-backup and data protection.

 

Seagate intros Maxtor Central Axis storage server

 

The enclosure is easy on the eye and runs dimensions of 187.9 (H) mm x 51.25 (W) mm x 291.95 (L) mm. The unit houses two 1TB 7200RPM HDDs which operate in a RAID 1 (mirrored) arrangement and it can be connected via Gigabit ethernet or USB.

 

For added peace of mind, the Maxtor Central Axis Business Edition comes with a five year warranty. You can now pre-order it at a cost of $479.99.

 

For further details, check out the official PR here folks.

 


SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif.-November 12, 2008-Seagate (NASDAQ: STX), the world leader in storage solutions, today introduced the Maxtor® Central Axis™ Business Edition dual-drive network storage server, a storage solution designed to satisfy the long-term business continuity needs and growing storage requirements of small businesses.

 

The Central Axis Business Edition network storage server takes the guesswork out of network storage management by providing simple, automatic backup with solid data protection and secure remote access to business critical information from any web browser. Available in early November, this small-business network storage solution will help companies keep their competitive edge by delivering access to, and protection for their business critical information while in the office or on the road.

 

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