Iomega expanded its portfolio of Network Storage products with the introduction of Iomega StorCenter PX Series in the Middle East region and it will also demonstrate StorCenter PX series at GITEX 2011 at its stand 401 in hall 4.
The StorCenter PX Series is powered by world class EMC storage technology, which features four-bay and six-bay desktop models and a four-bay rackmount model, each available in scalable configurations at competitive prices. SMBs, remote offices and distributed enterprise users throughout the Middle East will benefit from the optional use of SSD drives to drive even higher performance, as well as such advanced data protection features as multiple RAID levels with hot swap drives, UPS support, user quotas, device-to-device replication and certification for most virtualization environments.
“The new Iomega StorCenter PX series products are powerful business class NAS devices designed to meet and exceed the network storage needs of the Middle East’s small and mid-sized businesses,” said Cizar Abughazaleh, general manager for Iomega in the Middle East and Asia.
Easy to set up, simple to manage, affordable to own, Iomega’s new StorCenter PX Series of network storage devices range from diskless with no included storage up to 18TB of storage capacity. The PX Series also includes award-winning Iomega Personal Cloud technology, empowering users to protect and share data from virtually anywhere without any incremental costs.
Cizar further added, “The PX series has the same easy-to-use LifeLine operating system and hardware designed and tested by the same team that produces EMC’s enterprise network storage products. The result is easy-to-use, high performance desktop and rackmount network storage devices with a server-class pedigree, advanced data protection features, flexible storage configurations, Iomega’s Personal Cloud technology and more. With the debut of the StorCenter PX series, Iomega now offers a complete range of network storage solutions for everyone from entry-level consumers and home offices to SMBs and distributed enterprise locations of the world’s largest companies.”