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NetApp has launched a new SMB storage box, the StoreVault S500, which the company reckons is the first all in one NAS solution accessible for smaller budgets.

NetApp CEO Dan Warmenhoven said: "Other vendors push customers to purchase multiple products to do SAN and NAS or make an up-front technology choice even as iSCSI and Fibre Channel are emerging in the SMB market."

The StoreVault S500 is scaleable to 6TB and available now, starting at $5,000. More from the press release here.

NetApp recently targeted the other end of the storage scale with the release of ONTAP GX. ®

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