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Fujitsu Launches new high-capacity CELVIN NAS Server Q800 with 4-Bay Drive

Small businesses and home offices benefit from the new server’s fast performance,
low power consumption and high reliability
Munich, October 05, 2010 —
Fujitsu today launches the new CELVIN NAS Server Q800, providing an all-in-one s
ystem for local Network Attached Storage (NAS) backup and file sharing at an aff
ordable price. The new system is targeted at mid-size and small business, plus h
ome-office based workers that want to introduce flexible, centralized data shari
ng between computers and users on a local network.
For small and medium sized businesses ( SMBs), the CELVIN NAS Server Q800 model
is a simple, secure and ultra-fast central store for frequently accessed data th
at is shared between multiple users – such as databases, customer records and ecom
merce ordering systems. With the CELVIN NAS Server, Fujitsu is targeting busines
ses whose data is currently pooled using less robust or slower pools of storage,
such as USB drives, and file server disks. By switching to a dedicated NAS serv
er, customers can expect fast transfer rates and response times.
The new CELVIN NAS Server checks all the boxes when it comes to performance, sta
bility and reliability. In addition to the unrivalled data transfer speeds acros
s Ethernet networks, customers can count on greater reliability than ever before
with a dual operating system with Disk on Memory (DoM) in case of network issue
s. In addition, dual Gigabit ports and a whole new Redundant Array of Independen
t Disks (RAID) provide additional protection.
A significant consideration for growing companies is cross-platform support for
Windows, Mac and Linux/Unix, allowing businesses to grow and evolve without any
platform restrictions. For companies with huge files to transfer, the CELVIN NAS
Server Q800 allows business owners to leverage the “cross-platform” features to sha
re files with different corporate customers, resolving issues of platform confli
cts. In addition, the CELVIN NAS Server Q800 provides optional Joomla, a content
management system based on Integrated Structured Query Language (SQL) server.
The system is also designed for expansion to ensure that it continues to meet bu
siness needs – as a second CELVIN Q800 unit can be added on, doubling capacity to
a maximum up to 8TB . The step-by-step scaling capacity is a very flexible and a
ffordable solution for small and medium business users who want to avoid a huge
investment of an oversized infrastructure.
Rajat Kakar, Vice President Workplace Systems at Fujitsu Technology Solutions sa
ys: “Fujitsu understands that small businesses and home offices need a flexible, a
ffordable server solution. Fujitsu’s CELVIN NAS Server Q800 enables centralized da
ta management at a reasonable price, providing IT administrators with the flexib
ility to grow IT infrastructures along with their business, and reliability they
can trust.”
The CELVIN NAS Q800 Server will be available on pricelists and for delivery in E
MEA and India beginning November 1, 2010. Pricing ranges from 749 Euros to 1299
Euros based on the configuration of the hard diskdrive.
Glossary and Notes:

Disk on Memory (DoM): CELVIN NAS Q800 is equipped with Dual DoM (Disk on Memory)
, which means
i n an unexpected event like improper system shutdown, the system can either rec
over from the second disk on memory, or boot from the second disk on memory to m
aintain data accessibility.
Gigabit ports: An Ethernet port that is compliant with gigabit Ethernet standard
s that can transfer a billion bits of data per second.
Internet Protocol (IP): a communications protocol used for relaying packets of i
nformation across an internetwork as the primary protocol that establishes the i
Network Attached Storage (NAS): a computer connected to a network that only prov
ides file-based data storage services to other devices on the network.
Redundant array of independent disks (RAID): an architecture that provides stora
ge reliability through redundancy, combining multiple disk drive components into
a unit where all drives are interdependent.
Storage Area Network (SAN): an architecture that attaches remote computer data s
torage devices to an operating system, providing only block-based storage operat
ions and not file abstraction.