File-level computer data storage connected to a computer network providing data access to network clients. Can also refer to a self-contained computer appliance that is attached directly to the local area network, usually by an Ethernet connection, and that is dedicated to storing files. Is also used to refer to a data-centric storage architecture that offloads file sharing from application servers and relocates the storage onto its own independent platform.
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