TeraStation 6400DN confirm Buffalo’s philosophy: be focus on the on storage, backups and sharing data. Interface supports cloud storage options (Azure, Dropbox and OneDrive), it includes the interesting “snapshots” functionnality … but that’s about it.
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Apr 24, 2020
Buffalo Technology’s TeraStation WS520N6 and WSH5610DNS6 network storage servers (NAS) are designed for businesses looking for a Plug’n’Play storage solution that fits seamlessly into an existing Windows Server installation.
Both transfer speeds and processing power are impressive for a NAS at this price, and you can pack in up to 8TB of hard drive capacity here – which should be enough for most users. Accessing your data from remote devices, including Android and iOS phones, is straightforward too.
The NAS systems still cope comparatively well with large files like the UHD movie. The test participants Qnap TS-251A and TS-328 as well as Buffalo Terastation 3210DN with 108 MB/s show this in writing.
This device represents the changing tide in networking and arriving at both a price and hardware point that aggressively competes with the likes of Synology and QNAP on this growing demand for 2.5-5Gbe solutions for 2020.
With a revenue of $995 million and presence in the USA, France, Germany, Italy and Scandinavia, Buffalo Technology embodies the success of these mid-sized international companies that illustrate the richness of the japanese IT industry
Businesses with GDPR compliance on their minds will find a lot to like about the TeraStation 5810DN which provides tough data security measures. It’s very easy to deploy, it offers good 10GbE performance and great value.
At 600 Euro, the BS-MP2012 offers NBase-T up to 10 GBit/s on all 12 ports, which can be considered a bargain in this class. The high speeds worked without abnormalities in the test over different cable lengths.