Hewlett Packard has unveiled what it claims is the first network attached storage (Nas) systems to consolidate Exchange Server 2003 data stores on Windows Storage Server 2003-based Nas systems.
According to HP, the devices will allow small and medium sized businesses to reduce IT costs by consolidating the number of file, print and Exchange servers by up to 50 per cent.
The HP StorageWorks NAS 2000 and 1200 systems are HP's first devices incorporating the recently released Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 Feature Pack with support for Exchange Server 2003.
Marcus Schmidt, senior product manager for Windows Storage Server 2003 at Microsoft, said in a statement: "Microsoft's strong partnership with HP allows us to quickly bring to market innovative Nas devices that respond to customer demand for solutions that simplify the management of ever-growing data, especially mission-critical email."
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