Summary: The Iomega StorCenter PX6-300d is fairly inexpensive, even when compared to most five-bay models in our 11-model roundup of NAS boxes. With good performance and features, it's a great choice for companies that want the capacity but don't need an eSATA port on board.
Summary: Today we are going to talk about a high performance business class desktop device from Iomega, which promises to be ideal for small-to medium sized businesses and distributed enterprise locations like branch and remote offices, for content sharing and data protection. Powered by EMC storage technology and with up to 18TB of storage capacity, including a diskless option, is should be easy to setup and manage, and affordable to own.
Excerpt: Iomega's StorCenter px6-300d is the company's first desktop NAS appliance to use an Atom processor and support RAID 6. It claims to provide every network storage facility an SMB could need and in this review Dave Mitchell finds out if its performance is as compelling as its features.
Excerpt: Das NAS wurde für den Mittelstand entwickelt und kann mit 6 Festplatten bis zu 18 TByte verwalten. Iomega lässt sich die Speicherkapazität und die Leistung gut bezahlen. Wir haben getestet, ob das Network-Attached-Storage-System auch seinen Preis wert ist.