Windows Storage Server 2003 - Product Overview

Posted by bink on September 29 2003, 4:01 AM. Posted in Storage Server (NAS).

Windows® Storage Server 2003 is a dedicated file server based on Windows Server™ 2003 that is designed for dependability, seamless integration, and best value in networked storage. Windows Storage Server 2003 integrates with existing infrastructures and supports heterogeneous file serving as well as backup and replication of stored data. Windows Storage Server is also an ideal solution for consolidating multiple file servers into a single solution that enables cost reduction and policy-based management of storage resources.

Windows Storage Server 2003 includes advanced availability features such as point-in-time data copies, replication1, and server clustering. Because Windows Storage Server 2003 solutions are preconfigured, they can be deployed out of the box in minutes, and the Web-based user interface makes management easy. Windows Storage Server 2003 integrates with existing infrastructures, so enterprises can make full use of commonly-used network environments and standard management software, as well as the Active Directory® service. Preconfigured Windows Storage Server 2003 solutions are available from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in sizes ranging from a few hundred gigabytes (GBs) to several terabytes.

Find out more about the dedicated file server based on Windows technology that is designed for high availability, reliability, scalability, and ease of management.Windows Storage Server 2003 Datasheet

To learn more about Windows Storage Server 2003 OEM solutions, see the How To Buy page.