The Seagate® Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD delivers high capacity without sacrificing performance for reliable access to bulk storage of unstructured data.
Synology® Inc. today releases the latest DSM 5.0-4458 Update 2 to resolve the vulnerability CVE-2014-0160 (also known as the Heartbleed bug) in the OpenSSL software.
As the OpenSSL is one of the largest encryption libraries on the Internet today and has been used by many websites, Synology has taken immediate actions to mitigate this issue:
Synology values data & system security as one of its prime directive, and will continue devoting resources to equip our solutions with reliable security measures to prevent potential threats. If users need help with their systems after being upgraded to the latest DSM version or have any further questions, please contact email@example.com.
Thecus is pleased to announce the expansion on the company's SMB and Enterprise NAS line with the 10GbE Ready N7710 and N8810U. These new models offer identical hardware and performance to the recently released N7710-G and N8810U-G, differing only in stock support for 10GbE connectivity.
These models offer excellent value for companies who do not currently have the need or infrastructure for 10GbE speeds, and are looking for powerful performance and an attractive architecture. Both units are fully upgradable if a company decides to make the jump to 10GbE down the line.
Power and Connectivity
Under the hood of each is an Intel® Pentium® G850 Dual Core 2.9GHz processor and 4GB of DDR3 ECC RAM, expandable up to 32GB. Both models also benefit from the balanced strengths of RAID 50, while the N8810U offers the enhanced reliability of RAID 60as well.
Along with two multimedia ports – HDMI and VGA, these versatile units have two USB 3.0, six USB 2.0, and two single gigabit Ethernet ports.
Compatible with the Latest Technologies
The N7710 and N8810U boast VMware ESXi V5.5 iSCSI certification, ensuring compatibility with the latest virtualization technologies. They also come bundled with free Acronis True Image and McAfee Antivirus software, helping users easily back up and safeguard their data.
Storagetimes have done a review on thre epopular NAS drives from HGST (formerly Hitachi), Western Digital (RED Drives) and Seagate
Its early days for HGST Deskstar NAS drives, WD RED Drives has historically shown tremendous reliability and Seagate are still in the proving mode. We have no doubt HGST NAS drives will come through the reliability tests in time as it’s shown historically with its desktop and enterprise model drives, to become one the NAS drive of choice for NAS servers in any class. Performance for the HGST 4TB NAS was stellar and coupled with an impressive list of features and specification we have little or no hesitation in awarding our 2014 editors choice to the HGST Deskstar NAS drives. Well Done Team HGST!
Network attached storage expert Thecus® is pleased to announce VMware ESXi 5.5 certification for five of its latest enterprise NAS units: N8810U-G, N7710-G, N8900, N12000PRO, and N16000PRO.
VMware 5.5 brings many powerful virtual computing features to Thecus NAS users, including easier and more powerful snapshots and cloning, teams functionality for simpler handling of multiple virtual machines, improved networking performance, and support for even more host and guest operating systems. These five models make the most of virtual machine functions by combining performance with a tried and trusted platform forSMB and enterprise users.
A True VM-Capable Platform
All five models are 10GbE ready, providing speeds up to 10x faster than regular gigabit connections, to handle the heavy bandwidth and throughput requirements of networked virtual computing. Plus, the N7710-G supports RAID levels up to 50, while the other four models support RAID 0 to 60 (0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, 60, and JBOD) for lightning-fast local storage response and rock-solid data durability.
Thecus NAS systems offer compatibility with the latest virtualization technologies, including VAAI, and full VMware 5.5 support.