Dynamic Network Factory Partners with Bell Microproducts to Launch StorMacX NAS and iSCSI Products to Deliver Advanced Enterprise Storage to Apple Business Users
Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), a leading maker of high-performance network attached storage (NAS), storage area networks (SANs), RAID and iSCSI systems, today introduced its new StorMacX product line consisting of two new enterprise storage systems designed to augment Apple's easy-to-use Xserve RAID platform with advanced storage functionality at a cost-effective price. DNF has also announced a partnership with Bell Microproducts Inc., one of the world's largest value-added distributors of storage and computing technology, to offer the StorMacX line through Bell Microproducts' network of more than 1,300 independent Apple-authorized resellers across the U.S.
Product Roundup: ISCSI
Debates continue to rage over whether or not the "Year of iSCSI" has officially arrived, but one thing is for certain, there are more iSCSI products, more iSCSI accessory devices and more approaches to the Ethernet-based storage protocol on the market than ever before.
Dynamic Network Factory Strengthens Management Team With Addition of Dean E. Norman as VP Sales
Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), a leading maker of high-performance network attached storage (NAS), storage area networks (SANs), RAID and iSCSI systems, today announced the appointment of Dean E. Norman to the position of vice president of sales. A seasoned executive whose experience includes work with Apani Networks, Dell Corporation and Computer Associates, Norman will lead sales efforts for DNF's six rapidly expanding business units.
Kodak Enhances Dynamic Network Factory Warranty Offerings With Next Business Day, Round The Clock Service Options
Adding KODAK Service and Support to its warranty options, Dynamic Network Factory (DNF), Inc., and its subsidiary, StoneFly, Inc., a data storage solutions company, will provide customers with the opportunity to select from extended on site service choices. Warranty service options include on premise support for the next business day and four hour response service seven days a week, 24 hours a day in a wider range of metropolitan areas, with the DNF certified Kodak team providing the post sales support.
DNF launches SAS arrays
Dynamic Network Factory (DNF) introduced the SASmaster series, a new line of SAS-to-SAS and Sata-to-SAS Raid arrays. The SASmaster product line includes three models, including the SASmaster 12sz, the SASmaster 16sz and the SASmaster 16sz-HA.
High-Performance Storage: Dynamic Network Factory Introduces Scalable SAS-To-SAS And SATA-To-SAS RAID Arrays For High-Performance Storage Applications
Data Storage Connections
Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), a leading maker of high-performance network attached storage (NAS), storage area networks (SANs), RAID and iSCSI systems, recently introduced the SASmaster product family, a new line of scalable SAS-to-SAS and SATA-to-SAS RAID arrays that provide advanced data throughput and superior bandwidth to meet the storage demands of the most data-intensive environments. DNF has also announced that it has added 1TB SATA drive support to its Enterprise F12-HA RAID subsystems and at the same time expanded its overall Enterprise RAID product line with additional SAS-to-Fibre Channel arrays.
Hybrid Drives hit NAS
Dynamic Network Factory Inc. (DNF) announced Tuesday that it plans to make 120 GB SATA and SAS drives available with high-speed RAM attached within its storage products, with the goal of speeding performance and reducing power consumption.
Mo Tahmasebi's career spans Bay Area's rise as computer industry center
East Bay Business Times
In 1998, Tahmasebi started his current business, DNF - Dynamic Network Factory Inc. - where he has collected innovative data storage technology and made plans for national and overseas expansion. ... Business targets: The data storage market in the United States is $50 billion, and 10 percent of that, or $5 billion, is for iSCSI storage. "The bigger the percentage, the better it is - that's what we learned in math in school, right?"
Contra Costa Times
Hayward-based Dynamic Network Factory Inc. (DNF), a maker of network storage systems, named Carl Munio as executive vice president of operations. Munio comes to Dynamic from San Ramon-based SBE Inc., a networking solutions provider, where he served as vice president of engineering. He joined SBE following its 2003 acquisition of Antares Microsystems, where he was chief operating officer and chief technical officer over a seven-year period. He also worked at Sun Microsystems and Hewlett-Packard.
Hayward Co. moves to larger space
Contra Costa Times
Dynamic Network Factory Inc., a provider of network storage, has moved to a 20,000 facility at 21353 Cabot Blvd. in Hayward from a different location in the same city. The new site will give the company more space to expand its business. Dynamic Network plans to house its sales team in the former headquarters. The company also announced that StoneFly, one its subsidiaries, is moving its headquarters to San Diego.
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