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Network Attached Storage is a local network file storage device that allows file sharing via a standard Ethernet connection.

In general, NAS devices do not have a keyboard or screen connected to them, they are managed through web browsers.
Every NAS device on the local network has an IP address. Users access via this IP.

One of the benefits of NAS devices is to allow multiple users on the network to access the same files. When more capacity is needed, they can be expanded by installing more disks.

NAS devices are more affordable than SANs. For this reason, they are more preferred in small and medium-sized businesses.

It is easy to use, can be set up and used mostly without the need of an IT staff.


TECHNICIAL SPECIFICATIONS

Supports:

Raid 0, 1, 10, 5, 6, 50, 60 support

Snapshot, Clone

Thin Provisioning

Active Directory Integration

NFS, ISCSI, CIFS, SMB Support

Web Based Management

Software upgrade/update feature

Tracing:

System health

network traffic

Storage usage

Automatic email reports

Automated daily processes

Operating System / Virtualization:

Windows Server 2012 R2(64bit)

Windows SBS 2016 (64bit)

Redhat Enterprise Linux Server (32bit/64bit)

Suse Enterprise Linux Server (32bit/64bit)

UbuntuServer (32bit/64bit)

VMWare ESXi

Microsoft Hyper-V

Citrix XenServer

Linux Kernel Virtual Machine

Equipment:

Redundant, hot-swappable disk drives, power supplies, and fans

Support 64GB ECC DDR4 memory

SSD/M2 support




CE ROHS certificates

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