LenovoEMC, the new moniker for the Iomega line in the wake of the server and storage partnership between EMC and Lenovo, used CES to debut is new LenovoEMC px4-400d four-bay desktop NAS device. The LenovoEMC px4-400d features advanced data-protection capabilities, and local and remote content sharing.
The new LenovoEMC px4-400d has up to four hot-swap 7,200-rpm, 4-TB, server-class SATA hard drives for a total capacity of up to 16 TB. At the same time, the LenovoEMC organization said, read and write performance is up to 25 percent higher than the previous generation.
The LenovoEMC px4-400d can be purchased with and without disks, and includes EMC's LifeLine operating system with built-in cloud technology, remote access, virtualization, data replication, device-to-device copy, RAID support and SSD support.
It is currently shipping with pricing starting at about $729 for the diskless model.