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Posted on April, Tuesday 25, 2006 By News Desk
With the launch of Tulsient Hallmark, the company wants to penetrate further in the SME sector.
Mumbai-based Tulsient Information Systems, pioneers in storage solutions, has launched an entry-level NAS device `Tulsient Hallmark\\\\\\\', to further enhance its penetration in the SME sector. It is priced at sub Rs. 1 lakh. With this product Tulsient has successfully incorporated enterprise class storage device attributes such as reliability, high availability and scalability in `Tu
Mumbai-based Tulsient Information Systems, pioneers in storage solutions, has launched an entry-level NAS device `Tulsient Hallmark', to further enhance its penetration in the SME sector. It is priced at sub Rs. 1 lakh. With this product Tulsient has successfully incorporated enterprise class storage device attributes such as reliability, high availability and scalability in `Tulsient Hallmark', thus offering a value proposition to SMEs.
Unlike most entry-level NAS boxes that are Windows-based, this one uses Linux. With the rapid growth of network storage, that leads to ever-increasing demand of storage performance, Tulsient Hallmark is equipped with performance-driven system design and integrated Gigabit connectivity, that satisfies the needs for fast data access while maintaining great system reliability.
Director, Tulsient Information Systems, Rajiv Mehrotra said, "With a value for money proposition, we are targeting SMEs and departments of large corporates looking t
o deploy services such as file sharing, online backup and offline data management. " Tulsient Hallmark allows for quick and safe installation, without impacting the network server. Network Attached Storage (NAS) Server provides the easiest way to attach scaleable hard drive storage to the network.
One can add more than 2,000 GB without disturbing the network or file servers. The Tulsient Hallmark Network Attached Storage server is ideal for local databases, backup of workstation data and is very economical. NAS provides equal access to the storage devices from workstations and servers. The company has already done beta installations of Tulsient Hallmark with some of the leading corporates like Air India, GESCO and plans to promote the product through a network of regional distributors and system integrators. Tulsient already has a commanding presence with installations in about 50 percent of the companies in top 500 IT spenders in India.
Tulsient Hallmark is based on Th
in Server Technology essentially constituting of CD/ DVD/ HDD storage and can be plugged into any network and offers itself to any user who needs more storage capacity at any time and all this without disturbing the existing network. The product incorporates Dual Fast-Ethernet Network Ready Storage Server with Hot-swappable (optional) hard disks drive, supporting multiple RAID volumes, global hot-spare and RAID expansion capability, and IDE CD-R/RW, DVD±RW and/ or tape drive(s). The NAS device has an optional integrated Ethernet switch within the box that can be directly connected to external storage devices.
NAS products are appropriate for Heterogeneous or homogeneous networking environments; Small businesses to large businesses; Non-technical personnel who require ease of use; IT professionals who require quick and easy installation and management; Companies who need a quick, scalable, reliable solution; Total storage needs or for use with other storage technologies.
>Tulsient has dominated mid range NAS scenario in India through pioneering technologies for over a decade. They were the first to introduce CD Servers / Image Storage Systems in India in the Year 1996. Tulsient NAS technology based products are easy to manage and come in a variety of product solutions; they are ideal for companies of all sizes across wide variety of industries.
Posted :May, Monday 01, 2006
This is Ingrasys NAS 8200 T5 Storage, This is available with other company in India. Just change in Name does not make any sense, Support from Tulsient is very bad.
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