Buffalo’s TeraStation TS3210DN, TS3410DN, TS5210DN and TS5410DN win Red Dot for high quality design

Four of Buffalo’s new TeraStation series of products have won the distinction “Red Dot” from the expert committee for the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017.

Hoofddorp, The Nederlands - April 11, 2017. Four of Buffalo’s new TeraStation series of products, designed for small businesses, home office and demanding users, have won the distinction “Red Dot” from the expert committee for the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017.

Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder and CEO of the Red Dot Award: “The Red Dot winners are pursuing the right design strategy. They have recognised that good design and economic success go hand in hand. The award by the critical Red Dot jury documents their high design quality and is indicative of their successful design policy.”

Osamu Tomita, Marketing and Business Plan Director at Buffalo Europe: “We are very proud and thankful that our efforts in providing valuable products that combine high-end technology and quality design are recognised by the prestigious Red Dot Award.”

The TeraStation™ 3210 series is a high-performance, cost-effective 2-bay Network-Attached Storage (NAS) solution. Together with the TeraStation™ 3410 (4-bay), they are ideal for small businesses and demanding small office and home office (SOHO) environments. The robust central processing unit (CPU) and 1GB of DDR3 RAM means it can run multiple services simultaneously. This allows businesses to focus on concurrent tasks with minimal performance degradation.

Buffalo’s TeraStation™ 5210DN and TeraStation™ 5410DN series are 2-bay and 4-bay network storage solutions ideal for businesses and demanding users requiring a reliable RAID-based network storage solution, with a built-in 10Gigabit Ethernet port for business critical applications.

The significance of the international design competition, Red Dot Award: Product Design, with its headquarter in Essen, Germany is well established. It was already more than 60 years ago that a jury convened for the first time to assess the best designs of the day. Since then, an expert team has been awarding the seal of quality for good design and innovation to the outstanding designs of the year.