EMC Unveils NAS Gateway for Windows SMB Market

By Brian Fonseca  |  Posted 2004-05-20 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Windows Storage Server-based NetWin 110 is aimed at the entry-level NAS market.

EMC is diving deeper into the elusive, Windows-dominated small and midsize business depths with a lower-end alternative for its entry-level network-attached storage gateway NetWin family.

The storage titan on Thursday unveiled the NetWin 110, which is scheduled to ship in early June for $6,100. The Microsoft Windows Storage Server-based NetWin 110 provides SMBs with a less-pricey option to EMC's NetWin 200, which costs $17,200. The new product offers support for Microsoft Exchange 2003 to provide branch office protection and simplified e-mail, print and file services management for customers looking to consolidate servers and add incremental storage in Microsoft Windows environments, said officials of Hopkinton, Mass.-based EMC.

EMC is positioning NetWin 110 as a "channel only" product. The box will be offered exclusively through EMC distributors including Arrow Electronics Inc., Avnet Hall-Mark, Tech Data, and the Technology Integration Group. EMC officials say the company is aggressively following CEO Joe Tucci's edict to move further down market and improve channel performance by shifting away from a 'purely direct' sales mindset.

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Brian Fonseca is a senior writer at eWEEK who covers database, data management and storage management software, as well as storage hardware. He works out of eWEEK's Woburn, Mass., office. Prior to joining eWEEK, Brian spent four years at InfoWorld as the publication's security reporter. He also covered services, and systems management. Before becoming an IT journalist, Brian worked as a beat reporter for The Herald News in Fall River, Mass., and cut his teeth in the news business as a sports and news producer for Channel 12-WPRI/Fox 64-WNAC in Providence, RI. Brian holds a B.A. in Communications from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
 
 
 
 
 
























 
 
 
 
 
 

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