Business DAS with huge Capacity. Includes WD Red hard drives.
Buffalo Technology’s DriveStation™ Quad (HD-QHU3R5 series) is a 4-bay Direct Attached Storage device perfect for demanding SMB. The HD-QHU3R5 comes fully populated with high-reliability WD Red™ drives in total capacities of up to 24TB. The DriveStation™ Quad is RAID-enabled for customised redundancy and capacity depending on your specific needs and also comes with 10 licenses of NovaStor NovaBACKUP Business Essentials software. The DriveStation™ Quad features the capacity, redundancy, and performance required for any demanding user – the perfect solution for backing up large servers, multimedia files, or databases. The HD-QHU3R5 series is sold fully populated with WD Red drives and total capacities of 8, 12, 16, or 24TB.
8TB, 12TB, 16TB, 24TB
Number of Drives
This series is completely equipped with extremely reliable WD Red™ hard disks, which provide vibration protection and longevity among other features.
This DriveStation™ is ready for intensive data storage tasks and offers users a choice of supported RAID modes depending on the required capacity and redundancy.
When using RAID 1 or RAID 5 (full redundancy) the DriveStation™ will automatically shut down the defective hard disk in case of a failure. The disk can then be securely replaced without loss of data or time.
Equipped with super-fast USB 3.0, but also supports standard USB 2.0 port, no adjustment required, just connect to a USB 2.0 port.
Access the four hard drive bays from the removable front panel (no tools required). Faulty drives can be easily maintained or replaced with Quick Swap.
Plug and play connectivity: Simply plug the hard drive into a USB port on your computer or other device. No driver installation or complicated configuration is required.
Internal Hard Drives
Product Part Numbers
|Manuals / Setup / Latest Product Information|
|Documentation & Software||--|
|Release notes||1.10||Intel Mac||20-11-2014|
|Firmware updater||1.10||Intel Mac||20-11-2014|
|RAID Utility||Mac 10.6 or later||12-02-2015|