At CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, U.S. manufacturer ioSAFE celebrated the market launch of its fire- and water-resistant NAS systems in Germany, Austria and the Benelux countries.
During the German launch of its fire- and water-resistant NAS systems, Californian manufacturer ioSafe demonstrated the robustness of its equipment in fine style. As a co-exhibitor with Synology at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, ioSafe exhibited an NAS that seemed to have been completely destroyed in a fire. However, despite the clear damage the equipment had suffered, the American experts were still able to restore all the data that had been stored on it.
The fire- and water-resistant NAS systems from ioSafe are based on technology from Synology and are accordingly powerful and easy to manage. The manufacturer guarantees fire protection for 30 minutes at 840 degrees Celsius and water protection for up to three days at a depth of three meters. An optional floor mount kit also enables users to bolt down their equipment to protect against theft. What's more, an ioSafe NAS comes with a professional data recovery service that restores data, if necessary, on a forensic basis and in strict compliance with German data protection regulations. The reconstructed data is then made available to the customer as quickly as possible on a free replacement device. MediaCom IT-Distribution GmbH has been selected as the exclusive partner for establishing the sales structure in Germany, Austria and the Benelux countries. "We are extremely excited to be expanding our European presence and are looking forward to working with our partner to introduce ioSafe as the first step in that process," said Robb Moore, ioSafe CEO.