Procom Technology Inc. this week launched a network-attached storage (NAS) appliance for enterprise networks. The NetForce 3200C is a two-node cluster in which each NAS appliance will take over for the other in the event of a failure. The appliance contains up to 96 drives and uses Fibre Channel for connecting to back-end storage subsystems. The NetForce 3200C supports the Windows Common Internet File System, Unix's Network File System, as well as Access Control Lists and Windows NT's multiple master domain architecture. The NetForce 3200C cluster starts at US$319,000 and is available now.