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The Iomega StorCenter PX Series of network attached storage (NAS) devices is aimed at smaller businesses and features four-bay and six-bay desktop devices and a four-bay rackmount model. The six-bay px6-300d desktop model is expandable up to 18 TB, while the both four-bay devices--the px4-300d desktop and px4-300r rackmount array--have 12-TB capacity. All three support optional solid-state disk (SSD) drives and feature multiple RAID levels with hot swap functionality. The StorCenter lineup is certified for VMWare, Citrix, and Windows Server, including full Hyper-V support.

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