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Gateway Ships Five NAS Devices

The new rack-mounted storage devices can act as file servers hosting files, or as local print servers.

Gateway launched five network attached storage devices this week that feature Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 and a choice of Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron processors.

The new rack-mounted storage servers are the E-9422R; E-9425R, E-9522R, E-9525R and the E-9520T. They can act as file servers hosting files, or as local print servers.

Customers include the Poway Unified School District in California, which is using a Gateway storage system for disaster recovery for its elementary and middle schools, as well as its administrative center.

The servers cover both rack-mounted and tower designs, and include hot swappable, high-capacity SATA or SAS hard drives, and cooling and power options. The servers are equipped with Gateway Lights Out system management, which allows servers to be remotely shut down, re-started, and managed.

Pricing for the new products start at $2,549.

A relative newcomer to storage, Gateway is best known for its home PCs. Though Hewlett-Packard and Dell sell more units overall, a recent study by national market research firm MetaFacts found that Gateway led other computer makers in the 18- to 24-year-old category.

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