Thecus Unleashes N7700 7-Bay NAS Server

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News Posted: Fri, Oct 10 2008 2:21 PM

Thecus Unleashes N7700 7-Bay NAS Server

Storage leader reveals no-compromise enterprise class NAS device

10/10/2008 – Beginning with the venerable N4100 to the legendary N5200, Thecus NAS devices have established the company as a worldwide leader in digital storage. Today, Thecus is proud to release details about its latest NAS breakthrough – the N7700. Bringing together the cutting-edge technology and years of NAS experience, the N7700 is an enterprise class NAS server that makes no compromises.

The N7700 brings the latest technologies to the table. Headlining is its whopping seven SATA hard disk bays that accommodate up to a massive 7TB of storage. If that isn’t enough, the N7700 also comes equipped with an eSATA port where users can install yet another SATA hard disk. To manipulate all of this data quickly, the N7700 packs an Intel Celeron M 1.86GHz processor and a full gigabyte of DDR memory, which allows for more concurrent connections and quicker system response.

To address the needs of business, the N7700 comes with a few more outstanding features. The N7700 supports iSCSI initiators, making it easy for users can centrally manage and deploy storage for their entire network. In addition, the N7700 is also stackable, enabling users to connect their unit with up to five additional N7700s and manage them via a master system. To manage all of that storage, users can look forward to multiple RAID modes on the N7700, including RAID 0, 1, 5,6,10, and JBOD. What’s more, the N7700 also features RAID expansion and RAID level migration, which means that users can add larger hard disks to available slots and join an existing RAID without having to power down the system, cutting productivity-killing downtime to zero.

The N7700 also extremely flexible, offering support for ext3 and ZFS file systems. Users can select the system that they require and create the needed capacity for different applications. For ultimate data security and peace of mind, users can take advantage of the N7700’s version control and remote replication. The N7700 is also equipped with Nsync, Thecus’ remote data backup application. With Nsync, users can have the N7700 automatically upload files to an external storage device at a designated time. The N7700 is also capable version control via a snapshot function with the ZFS file system, allowing users to efficiently create and restore remote backups.

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mazuki replied on Fri, Oct 10 2008 5:39 PM

i think i'm in love :)

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Marco C replied on Fri, Oct 10 2008 6:36 PM

Heh...I wouldn't go that far, but I want one too!

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3vi1 replied on Fri, Oct 10 2008 7:20 PM

I was with them until they said it was equipped with Nsync.  I won't buy anything equipped with Nsync or Backstreet Boys.

 

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Marco C replied on Fri, Oct 10 2008 7:29 PM

What about 98 Degrees? Maybe Color me Bad?

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