TMC Newsroom With Erin Harrison - 11/13/2009
Interview with riverbed
ioSafe® 1522+ NAS Device Delivers Comprehensive Hard Drive and Data Protection from Fire and Water
The recognized leader in on-site data protection, ioSafe®, today introduced the ioSafe 1522+, an innovative five-bay network attached storage (NAS) device that sets new standards in power, protection, and security. The new device is a flexible, inclusive solution for businesses of all sizes, including those with remote locations in fire and flood-prone areas.
"The 1522+ is the next proof point in our commitment to delivering the world's most innovative and effective fireproof and waterproof data protection solutions," said Randal Barber, CEO of ioSafe parent company CDSG. "This powerful device helps businesses and government agencies, media companies, and creative professionals restore enormous amounts of data faster than ever after a disaster, ensuring as little disruption to their businesses as possible."
The ioSafe 1522+ is a flexible, all-in-one solution for large and small businesses across industries, including those with remote facilities.
The new ioSafe 1522+ is available immediately, beginning at $2399. The devices include a two-year hardware warranty and for devices with factory-installed and validated drives, two years of Data Recovery Service. Customers may order products through iosafe.com or standard distribution channels.
ioSafe is a brand of the CDSG family, renowned for its role in secure data storage and data transport for governments, military organizations, creative professionals, and businesses worldwide. ioSafe's patented fireproof and waterproof data storage technology, and its comprehensive Data Recovery Service, provide peace of mind. ioSafe customers know their data is always protected-and should the unthinkable happen, they are back up and running faster than any other available solution.
ioSafe products are designed and developed in the United States. Businesses, individuals, and government agencies globally rely on ioSafe to protect their data from disasters caused by fire and flood-and broken plumbing.