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LaCie ships RAID networked storage

updated 05:25 pm EDT, Tue October 2, 2007

LaCie ships RAID NAS

LaCie today began shipping the 2big Network, a RAID device storage system offers boasts up to 2TB of space that users can place on the network. A Gigabit Ethernet connection interfaces with two disks that can mirror to ensure data integrity or merge to provide maximum capacity, providing remote access locally as well as over the local area network and the internet. A switch initializes the 2Big Network to SAFE 100 (RAID 1) mode to automatically mirror data across the two hot-swappable hard drives, while the alternate switch position selects "BIG" mode to combine the two drives to provide maximum storage. LaCie's latest network attached storage (NAS) includes two USB ports and a thermo-regulated progressive smart fan for quiet operation. The system ships in 1TB, 1.5TB, and 2TB versions and includes a natural cooling heat sink from $400.


















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  1. Guest

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    LaCie - 2big Network

    DO NOT BUY THESE DRIVES. LACIE RELEASED THESE DRIVES WITH A MAJOR SECURITY FLAW. THE DEFAULT USERNAME AND PASSWORD THEY ASSIGN TO EACH DRIVE CANNOT BE CHANGED, THEY ARE AWAR OF THE BUG AND HAVE NO DATE TO FIX IT. PRETTY MUCH ANYONE CAN LOG IN THROUGH FTP AND STEAL OR ERASE YOUR SH..T. CALL LACIE AND COMPLAIN, THIS IS HUGE!

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