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NAS/SAN/RAID Solutions engineered for every storage need.
Tech Check NAS/SAN/RAID solutions change and adapt with your fast-changing organizational storage needs using virtualization, performance-enhanced file systems, and operating environments. Together, these industry-standard building blocks allow you to implement faster, scale farther, and respond to data growth more effectively. Regardless of the size of your organization, our storage solutions enable you to control explosive file growth while reducing costs and simplifying data management.
Rapid file-storage growth, driven by rich media—such as audio, video, graphics, backup files, and email—is impacting businesses now more than ever before. You not only require immediate access to increasing volumes of data, but government regulations and corporate governance are dictating what must be kept, for how long, and the speed with which it must be accessed. Therefore, it is critical that you invest in a cost-effective, modular, file-serving solution that can support your business now and well into the future.
Storage Area Networks (SAN)
Affordable, flexible entry-level SAN storage scales to accommodate your intentional growth and adapts automatically when the unexpected happens to keep you up and running. Easy to manage with rich features including support for solid-state drives. Get direct attached storage to extend your servers, NAS appliances for file sharing, and flexible shared storage arrays for physical and virtual applications.
Network-Attached Storage (NAS)
Consolidating file data with a dedicated Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution can help address your changing file-serving needs and reduce your cost of ownership by enabling simplified management, better resource utilization, centralized growth, and data protection. Our comprehensive selection of NAS solutions meet different consumer needs from small bay models designed for home users to tower and rackmount level NAS for businesses and workgroups.
RAID solutions protect data on a Serial ATA (SATA) disk drive in case of drive failure or virus attacks. RAID also benefits computer users who frequently work with large files and want to improve the storage performance of their computer. Tech Check storage supports various RAID types that provide varying levels of performance and data redundancy. When your data grows in importance, you can migrate the system from single drive mode to RAID 1, RAID 5 or RAID 6 by adding additional hard drives. The migration process can be achieved without losing access to data or interrupting NAS services.