01/21/2013 – “The N7510 brings NAS to a new dimension”. Once again Thecus® comes out strong from a new review. Stopping in France by the well know IT print magazine EDI, it was turn for the Thecus® N7510 to stand tall.
RAID 50 support
Very high performance
The 7 bays, powerful Intel® Atom™ processor and 2GB of DDR3 RAM gives the ability to the N7510 to support more complex RAID levels such as RAID 50. “Staking up bays is not only adding up storage space. This allows to additionally and mainly set in place more secure strategies in term of data protection and access optimization. This way the N7510 supports RAID 50, a mix between the parity of RAID 5 and the performance of RAID 0. With seven bays, RAID 50 secures data but uses less resource than RAID 10. It has a perfect balance between performance, capacity and sustainability.”
While concluding on the Thecus OS 5.0 “the ThecusOS 5.0 interface is one of the most user-friendly from the available NAS on the market.”, E.D.I. also pointed some of the great modules available, such as the virus protection brought by McAfee in the Virus Scan module, the burning management of data to optical disks with Data Burn and the multiple backup solution offered by Data Gard.
You can find the complete review (in French) of the N7510 in the January 2013 issue of the E.D.I. magazine.
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Established in 2004, Thecus Technology Corp. is a global provider of network attached storage and network video recorder solutions that empower people to store, manage, and access their digital content. Through cutting-edge hardware and design, Thecus aims to offer users a complete centralized storage solution for both onsite and cloud-based environments. Thecus is committed to providing innovative, user-friendly, and best in class products, services and experience.