The new VisionVault Smart Media devices allow groups to manage digital assets.
Visionman Computers, manufacturer of servers, workstations and notebooks for home and small business users and a wholly owned subsidiary ofSilicon Mountain Holdings (OTCBB:SLCM), has unveiled its second generation network attached storage (NAS) appliances. The new VisionVault Smart Media storage and management devices allow groups to organize, share, access and protect their digital assets.
The new appliances, including the VM200 and VM400 models, feature an embedded Linux operating system to deliver flexible, secure, high-speed file services via an advanced SATA II interface. They offer up to 3Gps throughput, as well as automatic backup, remote access support and advanced digital media services.
"The advent of broadband and the ever-increasing digital demands of home and small business users are driving the need for easy-to-use and affordable network attached storage," Shaun Hanner, COO at Silicon Mountain, said in a statement. "Our new VM200 and VM400 appliances redefine the NAS category, allowing any small group up to 20 users to organize, share, access and protect their digital assets."