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Buffalo announces partially populated TeraStation™ NAS devices
TeraStation 3410 and 5410 models are now available with partially populated hard drives designed for NAS usage and expansion slots for additional drives
Hoofddorp, 9 July 2018 – Buffalo EU B.V., a global provider of network attached storage (NAS), USB storage, wired and wireless networking solutions, has announced that its TeraStation 3410 and 5410 models can be shipped in partially populated configurations using 4 or 8 TB hard drives.
These partially populated models make it possible to obtain a high-performance NAS that is ready to evolve with the future storage needs of the company, by offering two empty drive bays that can be filled at any time.
These models are currently available:
TeraStation 3410 – 4 bays – partially populated
TS3410DN0802-EU - 2x 4TB - 2x1GbE - RAID 0/1/5/6/10 - £699 incl. VAT
TeraStation 5410 – 4 bays – partially populated
TS5410DN0802-EU - 2x 4TB - 2x1GbE, 1x10GbE - RAID 0/1/5/6/10 - £799 incl. VAT
TS5410DN1602-EU - 2x 8TB - 2x1GbE, 1x10GbE - RAID 0/1/5/6/10 - £1249 incl. VAT
BUFFALO is a global manufacturer of innovative storage and networking products for the home and small business. The company's range of solutions includes cost-effective and secure network attached storage (NAS), portable and desktop hard drives, 10GbE switches, optical drives and wireless LAN routers, which together offer a complete and integrated solution for companies and the digital home.
At the core of BUFFALO's product portfolio stand the TeraStation NAS devices which are specifically designed to bring Enterprise storage to the SMB and comprise a wide range of solutions from 2-bay desktop NAS for the home office to 12-bay rackmount models for medium sized and growing companies. LinkStation NAS are the ideal centre of the digital home and offer private users an easy way to store, centralise, access and share their files.
Buffalo EU B.V.
Saturnusstraat 17, 2132 HB Hoofddorp, The Netherlands
+31 23 554 4632, Web: www.buffalo-technology.com