LenovoEMC px4-400d is a desktop network attached storage device. CES 2014 is the first place to see it, so if you're not there, read on. That means excellent safety for your files and with capacity for 4 HDDs and up to 16TB in total. Having the four drive bays enables RAID configurations, one of the best methods of storage a video editor can ask for. As a NAS device the LenovoEMC px4-400d protects data that is easily accessed throughout a network. The accessibility for this storage device extends to the compatible platforms since it'll work with Apple, Windows and Linux operating systems, and is capable of 18 different languages.
The features of the LenovoEMC LifeLine operating system enable a lot of great features like remote access, cloud technology, and solid state drive support. The hot swappable 7200rpm SATA-III Server Class drives make for an exceptional storage option. At $729 for the diskless model, you'll want to think of it as an investment, and when it allows you to work in multiple places or to include many members of a team, it has the potential to become invaluable. The device is welcome innovation of storage device's strengths, and leads us to believe LenovoEMC will be a manufacturing team to watch in the coming year.
LenovoEMC Announces New High Performance Server Class Four-Bay Desktop NAS – LenovoEMC px4-400d
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – January 6, 2014
- Up to 25% higher data throughput performance than previous model
- Ideal for early adopters, SMBs and workgroups with up to 75 users
- Available in a diskless configuration or up to 16TB* with Server Class HDDs or Pro Series models utilizing standard HDDs
LenovoEMC Limited today announced the worldwide availability of the new LenovoEMC™ px4-400d Network Storage, a high performance four-bay desktop NAS that delivers advanced data protection plus local and remote content sharing utilizing the simplicity and power of the LenovoEMC™ LifeLine operating system.
Debuting this week at 2014 International CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, the new LenovoEMC px4-400d utilizes hot swap 7200rpm SATA-III Server Class drives in a compact form factor with up to 16TB in storage capacity (4 x 4TB) and up to 25% higher data read and write performance than the previous generation of product.
In Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific, the new LenovoEMC px4-400d is also available in a Pro Series utilizing economical standard HDDs. The diskless version of the new LenovoEMC px4-400d is available worldwide.
Compatible with Windows®, Mac® and Linux® devices, the new LenovoEMC px4-400d is powered by the award-winning easy-to-use LifeLine operating system, which incorporates standard network storage capabilities as well as many advanced business features that professional users expect, including built-in Cloud technology, versatile remote access, virtualization, data replication, device-to-device copy jobs, advanced RAID support, solid state drive support and more. New hardware features includeHDMI, eSATA and USB 3.0 ports for versatility of use.
Third-party applications from industry-leading software developers will automatically appear as an icon in the LifeLine OS system management interface when they are released, including EMC® AVAMAR™ backup client, McAfee® VirusScan® Enterprise, ATI Lite from Acronis or the optional (for an added fee) Acronis® Backup & Recovery for LenovoEMC NAS (ABR), as well as Milestone® Arcus™ Video Surveillance, and more.
“Our new LenovoEMC px4 platform is state-of-the art network storage that meets the needs of 21stcentury business users,” said Wenping Gao, Vice President, Global OEM Storage & Enterprise Product Group, Lenovo. “The px4-400d is a powerful desktop NAS with superior reliability, advanced storage and security capabilities, ease-of-installation and the overall versatility to handle an organization’s network storage needs. The new px4-400d paired with a Lenovo ThinkServer represents a solid data management infrastructure for businesses of all sizes and shapes.”
The user interface for the LenovoEMC px4-400d is localized for 18 languages. Out-of-the-box certifications include Windows® Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 R2, VMware vSphere ESX 5.5 iSCSI and NAS, XenServer™ 6.1, 6.2 (w/ MPIO), iSCSI & NFS.
The new LenovoEMC® px4-400d Network Storage is now available worldwide. Pricing starts at approximately $729.00 for the diskless model. Both the Server Class Series and Pro Series utilizing standard hard drives are available fully populated with either 1TB, 2TB, 3TB or 4TB HDDs.
To learn about all of advanced business features of the new LenovoEMC px4-400d, please go to the Web athttp://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/servers/network-storage/lenovoemc/px4-400d/. To see all of the LenovoEMC network storage products, please go to the Web at www.iomega.com orwww.lenovoemc.com.
About LenovoEMC Ltd
LenovoEMC is a joint venture established in December 2012 between Lenovo and EMC that includes the former Iomega network storage product business. Lenovo and EMC created the joint venture based on Lenovo’s record as one of the fastest-growing information technology companies and Iomega’s heritage as a leader in network storage solutions. LenovoEMC delivers quality and ease-of-use installation and maintenance that make its network storage products the best choice for customers of all types. To learn more about all of LenovoEMC’s Iomega-branded network storage products, please go to the Web at www.iomega.comor www.lenovoemc.com. Resellers can visit Iomega at www.ioclub.net.
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*1 TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes
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