Buffalo TeraStation 5000 Series now Available
Published on July 26th, 2012
Buffalo Technology announced the availability of their new TeraStation 5000 series, a high performance network storage solutions. The new Buffalo TeraStation 5000 series features Intel Atom D2550 dual-core processor, provides supercharged performance and offers an array of business class features including iSCSI, replication and failover support and SoleraTec Phoenix RSM, a video surveillance asset management solution.
The Buffalo TeraStation 5000 series includes the TeraStation 5200 and TeraStation 5400, both are powered by the same Intel Atom Dual-Core processor.
The TeraStation 5400 TS5400D has a total of 4 (Four) drive bays that can accomodate capacities from 4TB up to 16TB. It features various data protection and RAID modes such as RAID 0/1/5/6/10/JBOD. It is powered by an Intel Atom Dual Core processor clocked at 1.86GHz and a memory of 2GB DDR3. It supports two USB3.0 and two USB 2.0 for its expansion ports.
Meanwhile the TeraStation 5200 TS5200D features has 2 (two) drive bays that can accomodate capacities from 2TB up to 8TB. Unlike it’s big brother, it can only be configured in RAID 0/1/JBOD only. Nevertheless, it’s powered by the same processor as the 5400, clock at the same speed, same memory size and have the same expansion ports.
According to Matt Dargis, senior director of sales at Buffalo Technology; “By reducing the complexity and cost of traditional IP video surveillance storage and asset management, the TeraStation 5000 series eliminates many of the barriers businesses face when implementing and running IP-based surveillance,” “This launch proves once again our dedication to delivering high performance solutions that serve the needs of our customers and our commitment to the SMB market.”
Below is the continuation of its press release:
Every day, professionals in the SMB market are challenged to provide high performing, cost effective backup and disaster recovery solutions that can address ever changing file serving and capacity needs. The TeraStation 5000 series is the next step for Buffalo’s line of business class storage servers with an updated user interface that provides simplified management, optimized resource utilization for faster response times, and true disaster recovery protection. The TeraStation 5000 series is a business-class scalable NAS and iSCSI storage for businesses requiring a reliable RAID-based network storage solution. It runs many services simultaneously and the dynamic combination of the dual-core 1.86 GHz processor and 2 GB DDR3 RAM enables the acute ability to focus on concurrent tasks with minimal performance degradation: experience maximum network throughput while a replication job runs in the background, surveillance video is recording from multiple IP-based cameras and remote users are accessing content. The TeraStation 5000 series is packed with business class features such as surveillance video management, Active Directory support, disk quota support, share level replication, failover support, dual gigabit Ethernet ports, hot-swap hard drives, iSCSI targeting and USB 3.0 accessory support, ideal for larger networks and business-critical applications.
The TeraStation 5000 series offers a video surveillance asset management platform that allows you to record high quality video and store and manage it for easy access and playback. SoleraTec™ Phoenix RSM™ provides advanced forensics-based video lifecycle management that helps you manage and protect your video assets with ease. Support for up to 20 RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) IP-based video surveillance cameras allows users to directly capture, manage and store camera feeds, enabling playback of live and stored video. One camera license comes free with additional licenses available for purchase.
Bufallo is a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of wired and wireless networking and network and direct attached storage solutions. Buffalo products are exclusively distributed in the Philippines by MSI-ECS Phils. Inc.
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