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Buffalo Intros New TeraStation NAS Series and 10GbE Switches

Discussion in 'General NAS Discussion' started by Julio Urquidi, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. Julio Urquidi

    Julio Urquidi News Editor

    Apr 12, 2016
    Buffalo has dded the TeraStation 5010 series of NASes to its product line-up. The new series includes two desktop models, the 2-bay TS5210DN and 4-bay TS5410DN, and a rack-mountable model, the 4-bay TS5410RN.

    Each new NAS is powered by an Annapurna Labs 1.7 GHz quad-core processor and comes with 4 GB of DDR3 ECC memory. Marketed as an entry-level product for SMBs, the new NAS line also include one 10 GbE and two GbE ports ports, and two USB 3.0 ports (TS5210DN and TS5410DN) or three USB 3.0 ports (TS5410RN).

    The TS5210DN can store between 4 – 8 TB using RAID 0/1/JBOD, while the 4-bay TS5410DN and TS5410RN hold between 8 – 24 TB using RAID 0/1/5/6/10/JBOD.

    Additional features for the TeraStation 5010 series include AES 128-bit drive encryption, integrated third party backup support, data replication with other TeraStations, and iSCSI backup functionality.

    To compliment the release of the new NAS products, Buffalo also announced two new 10 GbE switches, the 8-port BS-XP2008, and 12-port BS-XP2012. The Ethernet ports on the compactly designed switches auto sense to configure for the right connection, while the units themselves are designed to the 802.3az Green Ethernet standard.

    All three TeraStation 5010 series NASes and both BS-XP20 10 GbE switches are available now. MSRPs for each NAS are $829.99 for the TS5210DN, $1199.99 for the TS5410DN, and $1699.99 for the TS5410RN, while the BS-XP2008 and BS-XP2012 will cost $599.99 and $929.99, respectively.
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