Thecus this week announced that its newly launched App Center supporting the company’s wide range of network attached storage devices had reached over 200 applications – almost twice the amount offered by competitors, according to the company.
Network Attached Storage
Yesterday I was invited to the UK launch of Western Digital’s new 4 bay consumer NAS device, monickered My Cloud EX4, where is was clear to see that the storage giant is serious about building out a full range of network attached storage lines.
It must be about time for a new QNAP network attached storage device, and as if by magic, the all new TurboNAS TS-x70 appears.
Over the last year or so we’ve seen ASUSTOR (the Network Attached Storage division of ASUS) flesh out their range of home and small business servers with premium rackmount options and the medium level AS-3 series, joining the company’s original AS-6 range of devices. Today, the company announced a new entry level NAS range, the AS-2 series.
WD today announced two extensions to their dedicated NAS storage line, WD Red. A new, high capacity 4TB 3.5″ hard drive is joined by a debut 2.5″ form factor, designed to offer optimised performance and reduced power consumption.
You’ll have heard of Western Digital, of course. The company has been selling all manner of storage equipment for many years, from internal hard drives through to external hard drives and more recently, at the top of the tree, the DX4000 Storage Server. WD sent us one over pretty late in the product’s lifecycle, but given Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials systems have been thin on the ground, it’s worth a look.
For certain pieces of data, you can never have too many backups. For certain pieces of data, you can always use an additional layer of protection. The ioSafe N2 provides that additional layer of protection for those who need it in a complete NAS package.
ASUSTOR today released details of their upgraded ADM 2.0 operating system for the company’s network attached storage servers. The new update is available on the ASUSTOR AS-6 and all-new AS-3 series models, bringing a range of new features to the platform.
Network Attached Storage specialist ASUSTOR today took the wraps off its all new NAS series, announcing new hardware and a new of new and refreshed applications. The AS 3 Series is classes as a “baby brother” to the current AS 6 Series, designed predominately for home use.
It has been a while since we have heard from Synology. They are back announcing the release of their DSM 4.3 Beta.
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