Monthly Archives: October 2015

Thecus® Adds N5810 to 5-Bay NAS Line-up

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Thecus today announced the launch of its newest 5-bay NAS, the N5810 that offers optimized performance with an advanced set of features for both home and business users. The N5810 features an Intel Celeron processor J1900 Quad Core 2.0 GHz SoC and 4 GB of DDR3 RAM that can be expanded to 8GB for further performance optimization. “The N5810 provides an ideal solution for home and business users who require an economical, high performance storage […]

What RAID Level is best for you?

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NAS have greatly evolved over the last decade from being a simple storage solution to something much more. NAS are able to play many different roles, perhaps as a multimedia center, a mini-server, or as a secure, centralized data backup. One of the most common types of data security deployed on NAS is RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks). RAID combines the storage capacity from multiple hard drives and creates logical data storage along with […]

Enterprise Solutions for Businesses: 10GbE and Link Aggregation

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It is no secret that we are living in a world of information. Analysts say that the volume of information multiplies at the rate of a minimum of 65% each year. That can be easily explained, as we have a massive deployment of CRM and ERP systems, big data obsession and like never before, a necessity to back up business data to protect organizations from cyber-attacks. And those are just a few of the reasons […]

Thecus® Adds System Failover Feature in Firmware Update For ThecusOS™ 5.0

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With its most recent firmware (2.05.12) update, Thecus has added its System Failover feature to ThecusOS 5.0. By utilizing System Failover, users will be able to create data, network, and system redundancy, minimizing disruptions in workflow and increasing operational efficiency. The Thecus System Failover feature is a fault tolerance process that creates mirrored data volumes.  With at least two Thecus NAS available, data is copied by schedule and all changes are mirrored between the two […]