File Level Access via Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Despite being a precursor to storage area networks (SAN), network attached storage (NAS) continues to be a solution because it offers file-level access to the other computers across the LAN. In effect, a NAS appears to the client operating system as a file server, while a SAN appears to the client OS as a disk.
Clear Technologies NAS EMC and NetApp products provide a wide-range of network attachment capabilities to a broad range of host and client systems to facilitate this need. With more than 20 years of experience, we have implemented hundreds of mission-critical storage infrastructure solutions for our customers. This vast experience, coupled with our incessant drive to understand and know the latest IT best practices, gives us the ability to effectively architect storage infrastructure solutions for essentially any requirement.
Our team of skilled architects and consultants proactively educate you and offer services that span the selection, implementation, and post-implementation of your NAS needs.
Our bench of storage expertise also extends to the area of data protection, through our proficiency in enterprise backup, application protection, high availability, and business continuity.
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