New Gateway storage devices can stack up

New Gateway storage devices can stack up

Gateway Inc., a latecomer to the storage appliance market, has a new twist for rackless workgroups: 1.75-inch-high appliances that can stack together on dimpled rubber feet.

Gary Sanders, product manager for advanced servers, said the front-loading drives are removable for security. 'At the end of the day, you can lock up the modules.'

A GS 400 appliance with one 40G drive and no RAID capability starts at $999. With four drives, the GS 400 delivers RAID Level 5 data protection. A 240G unit costs $2,799; extra 40G or 60G drives are about $400 each.

Gateway sells the GS 400 with a choice of Microsoft Windows, Novell NetWare, Mac OS, Linux or Unix. Sanders said the appliance installs in about 10 minutes. Contact Gateway at 800-846-2106.

'S.M. Menke

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