Seagate has introduced a 12TB network storage server which it claims will offer an affordable way to scale storage for small and medium-sized businesses.
The NAS 440 comes with USB ports to add additional external drives, printers or power backup devices, while security protection includes hardware-based encryption.
Software includes tools to manage the storage server, as well as backup and recovery systems. Customers will receive 10 backup software licences.
Seagate said that the system primarily targets small and medium-sized enterprises seeking to manage growing data archives.
The NAS 440 is priced at $1,899 (£1,195), while a smaller two-bay 6TB NAS 220 will retail at $649 (£410).
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