Dax Networks priced NAS device at $1.05 million

Dax Networks has priced its latest network-attached storage (NAS) device at $1.05 million.

The latest NAS product — DX-2116X-NAS-R — is targeted at SMBs.

Dax Networks claims that it features advanced RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) configuration for data protection and performance.

DX-2116X-NAS-R has a built-in iSCSI target service, an HDD of 16 hot-swappable and lockable drives where each has a capacity of upto 3TB and, 4 Gigabit LAN and 6 USB ports. The swappable drive allows an IT administrator to replace or upgrade the drive without turning off the device or slowing down the business.

DX-2116X-NAS-R’s back-up solution is compatible with cloud-based storage such as Amazon S3 and Apple Time Machine.

In addition, the NAS device is equipped with RTRR (Real-time Remote Replication) feature, which does back-up of new and modified files immediately to another folder or a remote NAS.

The device has an integrated one-touch button that can be configured to create instant data back-up from the external USB device to the NAS and vice versa.DX-2116X-NAS-Rcan be configured for a real-time or scheduled back-up.

DX-2116X-NAS-R supports security features like IP filter and policy-based auto IP blocking, NAP (Network Access Protection) with auto-blocking, CIFS (Common Internet File System) host access control for shared folders, encrypted remote replication, antivirus protection and importable SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate.

The device is also equipped with sending instant threat alert via e-mail, SMS, Instant Messaging (IM) and buzzer, to the administrator.

The company is offering 3-year carry-in warranty and online support for customers.

Dax Networks recently announced training and certification program on IP Surveillance suitable for Software and Network Engineers, IT Graduates, Electrical, Civil, and Mechanical Engineers and the students of CSE-IT, MCA, BSc/MSc IT.

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