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LaCie Ethernet Disk integrates ExtremeZ-IP

updated 11:05 am EDT, Tue July 12, 2005

LaCie Ethernet Disk update

LaCie today announced a partnership with Group Logic, a developer network workflow software. The companies will integrate .

"LaCie's customer base is largely comprised of Mac users and we respect that heritage by offering more diversity in our Ethernet Disk with ExtremeZ-IP," said Marie Renouard, LaCie Product Manager. "We know small business owners work on many platforms and wanted to provide the Mac support people have come to know and expect from LaCie. With this latest Ethernet Disk update, we offer the most flexible cross-platform networking solution on the market."

ExtremeZ-IP File Server offers support for Apple's latest version of the Apple file sharing protocol, AFP v3.1, as well as all the important new Mac OS X features including support for long file names, file sizes over 2GB on the server, immediate start-up and true compatibility between Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X files.

LaCie Ethernet Disk offers instant shared storage of up to 1TB without the need for extensive IT knowledge. Administrators have the ability to fully customize user access controls from any computer on the network through a user-friendly web management tool. Files can be accessed via the local network or from a distance over the Internet via HTTP and FTP. Combined with ExtremeZ-IP, LaCie Ethernet Disk is the premiere choice for small businesses working across Mac, Windows, UNIX and/or Linux platforms.




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