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Intel’s SS4000-E network-attached storage system (right), shown as it appeared at the Intel Developer Forum in March. Code-named Baxter Creek, the system is the basis for other companies’ products, including some from Thecus Technology (left).
Iomega’s StorCenter Network Hard Drive is available in 160GB and 250GBrncapacities with prices of $200 and $290, respectively.
The back of Western Digital’s single-disk NetCenter shows its RJ-45 Ethernet jack for connecting to the network. The 320GB drive costs $330.
Seagate Technology’s Mirra lets people fetch information such as digital photos over the Internet when the device’s owner invites them. A 250GB version costs $400, while a 400GB version costs $500.
Infrant Technologies’ ReadyNAS NV has four hot-swappable drives, RAID data protection and a maximum capacity of 2 terabytes.