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Dynamic Network Factory Announces 100TB Linux-Based NAS Family
DSstar
6/15/2004
Dynamic Network Factory Inc announced the Linux-based StorBank family of Network-Attached Storage systems, with configurations starting under $1,200. RAID storage is supplied by affordable Serial ATA, Parallel ATA and high-performance Ultra320 SCSI or Fibre Channel drives, in systems that can scale up to 100TB or more.


New Products: Dynamic Network Factory last month debuted the Enterprise 16320
InfoStor
6/1/2004
Dynamic Network Factory last month debuted the Enterprise 16320 (2U, 12-drive, up to 3TB) and 16320 (3U, 16-drive, up to 4TB) SATA-to-Ultra320 SCSI RAID systems. Both models can be configured with as much as 1GB of cache memory and come with dual host connections and optional dynamic volume sharing capability. RAID support includes levels 0, 1, 0+1, 3, 5, 30, and 50, as well as JBOD configurations.


Dynamic Network Factory Announces Small Form Factor 1TB RAID (FireFly 4800)
Enterprise Networks and Servers Magazine
6/1/2004
Dynamic Network Factory has released the FireFly 4800 RAID tower. The FireFly 4800 integrates USB and FireWire connectivity in a small unit with storage capacity ranging from 320GB to 1TB. It offers a cross-platform solution with plug-and-play support for Windows and Macintosh computers.


Dynamic Network Intros DataMax
Byte and Switch
5/26/2004
Dynamic Network Factory, a leading developer of high performance, reliable and affordable storage solutions, today announced the DataMax HA14000 RAID system, which exclusively offer a dual host Ultra160 SCSI RAID subsystem and dual redundant Active-Active or Active-Passive RAID controllers. Capacities range from 1.1TB to 7.0TB.


News Briefs: DNF Announces Virtual Tape Library 4000sa and 8000sa
Bio ITWorld
5/19/2004
Dynamic Network Factory has announced the VTL 8000sa and 4000sa Virtual Tape Library appliances. Both units are designed to back up data to disk, rather than tape. The VTL 8000sa supports up to 3.5 terabytes (TB) of compressed storage or 1.75 TB of raw storage. Similarly, the VTL 4000sa offers 1.5 TB compressed and 750 gigabytes of raw storage. The systems support RAID levels 1, 5, or 10 for data integrity. Both can work in Linux or Windows environments and use FalconStor Software’s IPStor Virtual Tape Library software to manage backups. The systems are priced at less than $2.50 per gigabyte.


Dynamic Network Factory offers Virtual Tape Backup Solution
DSstar
5/18/2004
Virtual Tape Library appliances offer superior backup throughput and reliability by using disk storage, avoiding the mechanical complications inherent in the native tape format. Moreover, virtual tape solutions support multiple, simultaneous backup sessions.


VTL 4000sa/8000sa
Bios Magazine
5/14/2004
Dynamic Network Factory's latest cross-platform virtual tape library appliances are aimed at smaller organisations. Both the VTL 4000sa and VTL 8000sa offer 150MB/s Serial ATA RAID controllers and up to 750GB (1.5TB compressed) or 1.75TB (3.5TB compressed) of storage space, respectively. The appliances use hard disks to emulate industry-standard tape libraries, and promise to speed up archiving and retrieval of data previously stored on tape. The appliances also include a 2.6GHz Pentium 4 processor, 1GB of memory (expandable to 4GB), support for up to four hot-swappable Serial ATA hard disks (10 disks on VTL 8000sa), and dual-channel Ultra320 SCSI controllers. The 8000sa is available in either a tower or 4U rackmount format, but with the VTL 4000sa you only get the choice of a tower enclosure.


FireFly 4800 RAID tower offers USB 2.0, FireWire 800
MacNN
5/6/2004
Dynamic Network Factory has announced the FireFly 4800 RAID tower, which integrates USB 2.0 and FireWire 400/800 connectivity in a ultra-compact unit with storage capacity ranging from 320GB to 1TB. The FireFly 4800 offers a small 9" footprint, four IDE drives for data storage, audible failure notifications, and support for hardware-based RAID 0, 1, 1+0, 5, and 5+hot spare. A second FireWire port allows users to daisy-chain up to 62 additional units. The unit features builtin 200 watt power supply, a hot-swappable fan, an LCD Panel for Operation Status Display, and driverless operation. Pricing starts at $1,800.


FireFly 4800 RAID tower: up to 1TB in 9-inch footprint
MacCentral
5/6/2004
Dynamic Network Factory has released the FireFly 4800 RAID tower. Sporting a 9-inch footprint, the FireFly 4800 features USB 2.0 and FireWire 400/800 connectivity. It stripes data across four IDE drives simultaneously, and it supports RAID 0, 1, 1+0, 5 and 5+hot spare. It's compatible with Mac OS 9.x or OS X v.10.x or higher and comes in 320GB, 480GB, 640GB, 800GB and 1TB capacities for US$1,794, $1,957, $2,046, $2,290 and $1,995, respectively. The 1TB price is a special promotion that expires at the end of May. After that, the price will be $2,495.


Tech manufacturer signs R&D lease for Hayward site
East Bay Business Times
12/15/2003
Dynamic Network Factory signed a 52-month lease for $1.5 million lease for 8,000 square feet at Hayward's Bay Center Business Park on Eden Landing. Dynamic plans to use the building as its headquarters and manufacturing facility. The company provides network storage equipment, enterprise RAID storage systems and High Availability servers

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