NAS Thecus N7770-10G
The Thecus N7770-10G embedded with an Intel® Core-i3 2120 3.3GHz Processor, 8GB DDR3 ECC RAM expandable up to 32GB, and a 10G PCIe card, the new 10G NAS provide lightning fast, persistent throughput speeds. Designed for cost effective scalability, the 10G NAS are compatible with the latest high capacity SATA drives and NAS stacking is made easy through iSCSI target volumes, allowing for streamline growth with your business. 7 modes of link aggregation are available including load balance and failover for increased performance and network resilience.
“Innovation has been and continues to be at the very pinnacle of our success at Thecus,” said Florence Shih, CEO at Thecus Technology Corp. “Today's growing businesses require a complete storage solution that can fulfill day to day operations and adapt to unforeseen circumstances and new innovations. With cutting-edge hardware, a comprehensive set of data management features, and attractive price points, these next generation NAS provide an ideal business storage solution.”
The 10G NAS series provide several features for data backup and protection. With snapshot technology using the B-tree file system (btrfs), users are able to capture point in time copies of data, providing convenient system restores. Disaster recovery solutions include Data Guard for real-time remote or local backup, bundled Acronis True Image for client data backup and system disaster recovery, and backup to cloud services including DropBox, ElephantDrive, and Amazon S3.
|Processor||Intel® Core-i3 2120 Processor @ 3.3GHz|
|Memory||8GB DDR3 ECC Memory, Memory expandable up to 32GB|
|Hardware features||HDMI port (back x1), VGA port (back x1)|
|USB Interface||USB 2.0 host port x6 (front x2, back x4), USB 3.0 host port x2 (back x2)|
|Disk Interface||7 x SATA for internal, support SATA II / SATA III hard disk|
|Power Supply||300W Power Supply|
|RAID features||RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50 and JBOD|
|Software features||ThecusOS™ 5.0|
|Client OS Support||Windows XP and after, Windows Server 2003 and after, UNIX/Linux, Mac OS X|