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01.486 Industrial Baby AT Motherboard, 8MB SDRAM
02.5.25" Intel? Core?2 Duo CPU, Dual VGA, LVDS
03.200W ATX DCDC Isolated Power Supply 10-32Vin
04.486 Industrial Baby AT Motherboard, 32MB SDRAM
05.Intel 486DX4-100 CPU
06.ESA 486 Motherboard, Industrial Baby AT, 0k Cache
07.486 Industrial Baby AT Motherboard, 128MB SDRAM
08.CPU Heatsink & Fan, Custom for ESA TF-486 Motherboard
09.ESA 486 Motherboard, Industrial Baby AT, 512k Cache
10.Hard Drive, IDE, 2Gb+
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Network Attached Storage Network Attached Storage

A NAS appliance is a specialized file server that interfaces with a Local Area Network (LAN). The task specific operating software (OS) focuses exclusively on the file server function.

NAS gained popularity recently as costs have decreased. This makes it a good value choice for small, medium, and large businesses.


  • Low entry and maintenance costs.
  • NAS is well suited for rapid, multiple client, file level data transfers.
  • NAS is highly scalable. Capacity is increased by purchasing more storage. The file server function is not duplicated.
  • In contrast to DAS, storage headroom is easier to level since more than one server can access a NAS device. This can lower cost significantly.
  • The "plug and play" characteristic of NAS keeps installation, deployment and maintenance to a minimum.
  • Hot swappable components and RAID increase reliability.
  • Central management of multi-NAS systems.


  1. Throughput issues can result from too much activity on the LAN.
  2. Mission critical data applications may require the non-shared environment offered by some SAN configurations.
  3. Need for individual usage quotas to eliminate resource hogging.

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