Entry-level NAS device at sub-Rs 1 lakh

DQW Bureau
11 Apr 2006

Mumbai-based Tulsient Information Systems is launching an
entry-level NAS device 'Tulsient Hallmark' at a sub-Rs 1 lakh price point,
to further enhance its pene­tration in the SME sector. This box works on
Windows and Linux platforms. The 'Tulsient Hallmark' starts with a capacity
of 360 GB and scales up to 2.4 TB in the same enclosure. Rajiv Mehrotra,
Director, Tulsient Information Systems said, “With a value for money
proposition, we are targeting SMEs and departments of large corporates looking
to deploy services such as file sharing, online backup and offline data

The company has already done beta installations of the
device with some corporate like Air India and GESCO. It plans to promote the
product through a network of regional distributors and system integrators.

on Windows and Linux platform, the Tulsient Hallmark starts with a
capacity of 360 GB and scales up to 2.4 TB in the same enclosure

'Tulsient Hallmark' is based on the thin server
technology essentially con­stituting of CD/DVD/HDD storage and can be plugged
into any network and offers itself to any user who needs more storage capacity
at any time, without disturbing the existing network. It incor­porates dual
fast-ethernet network ready storage server with hot-swappable (optional) hard
disks drive, supporting multiple RAID volumes, global hot-spare and RAID
expansion capability, and IDE CD-R/RW, DVD±RW and/or tape drive(s).

The NAS device has an optional integrated ethernet switch
within the box that can be directly connected to external storage devices. It is
appropriate for hetero­geneous or homo­geneous networking environments,
business houses who have non-technical personnel, IT professionals who require
quick and easy installation and management, companies that need a quick,
scalable, reliable solution, etc.

DQC News Bureau Mumbai, April 5

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