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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-1TB

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-1TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-1TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-1TB
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Approx. Price: Rs 70,000 / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS Storage Server
Compatible BrandENV Kart Systems
Memory1 TB
BrandENV Kart Systems
Power Supply230 V AC
Networking TypeLAN
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Network Speed2000 Mbps
Ethernet2
Cache Memory8 GB
Port Speed1000 Mbps
TechniqueCIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.
What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used for NAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-2TB

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-2TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-2TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-2TB
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Approx. Price: Rs 85,000 / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS Data Storage
Model Name/NumberTera Store FS-2TB
Memory2 TB
Power Supply240 V
Networking TypeLAN
BrandENV Kart Systems
Network Speed2000 Mbps
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Ethernet2000
Port Speed1000
Cache Memory8 GB
TechniqueCIFS,NFS,AFS,FTP,SFTP

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.
What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used for NAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB
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Approx. Price: Rs 95,000 / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS Data Storage
Model Name/NumberTera Store FS-4TB
Memory4 TB
Networking TypeLAN
Network Speed1000 Mbps
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Ethernet1000 Mbps
Port Speed1000 Mbps
Cache Memory8 GB
TechniqueCIFS,NFS,AFS,FTP,SFTP

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.
What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used for NAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB
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Approx. Price: Rs 95,000 / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Model Name/NumberTera Store FS-8TB
Memory8 TB
Power Supply240 V
Networking TypeLAN
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Ethernet2000
Port Speed1000 Mbps
Cache Memory8 GB
TechniqueCIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP
System Memory8 GB

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.

What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used for NAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

 

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-12TB

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-12TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-12TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-12TB
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Approx. Price: Rs 1.2 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS File Server
Model Name/NumberTera Store FS-12TB
BrandENV Kart Ssystems
Memory12 TB
Power Supply240 V
Networking TypeLAN
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Network Speed2000 Mbps
Ethernet2000
Cache Memory8 GB
Port Speed1000 Mbps
TechniqueCIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address. What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data.
What network-attached storage is used forNAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-16TB

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-16TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-16TB
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-16TB
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Approx. Price: Rs 1.4 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS File Storage
Model Name/NumberTera Store FS-16TB
Memory16 TB
BrandENV Kart Systems
Power Supply240 V
Networking TypeLAN
Network Speed2000 Mbps
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Ethernet2000
Port Speed1000 Mbps
Cache Memory8 GB
TechniqueCIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.
What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used for NAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB 1U Rack

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB 1U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB 1U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB 1U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB 1U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-4TB 1U Rack
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Approx. Price: Rs 2.2 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS File Server
Model Name/NumberRFS-4TB
Memory4 TB
Power Supply240 V
Networking TypeLAN
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Network Speed1000 Mbps
Ethernet2000
Cache Memory8 G
Port Speed1000
TechniqueCIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP
Raid Levels1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
  • Windows
  • MAC
  • Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.
What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used for NAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:

  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: If a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups
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NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack

NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
  • NAS Storage Server Terra Store FS-8TB 2U Rack
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Approx. Price: Rs 3.5 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Usage/ApplicationNAS File Server
Compatible BrandENV Kart Systems
Model Name/NumberRFS-8TB
BrandENV Kart Systems
Memory8 TB
Power Supply240 V
Networking TypeLAN
Network Speed1000
Number Of Ports/Channels2
Ethernet2000
Port Speed1000
Cache Memory8 G
TechniqueCIFS,NFS,AFS,FTP,SFTP
Raid Levels1,2,3,4,5

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) for, CIFS, NFS, AFS, FTP, SFTP.
1. Windows
2. MAC
3. Linux

Network-attached storage (NAS) is dedicated file storage that enables multiple users and heterogeneous client devices to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. Users on a local area network (LAN) access the shared storage via a standard Ethernet connection. NAS devices typically do not have a keyboard or display and are configured and managed with a browser-based utility. Each NAS resides on the LAN as an independent network node, defined by its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address. What most characterizes NAS is ease of access, high capacity and fairly low cost. NAS devices provide infrastructure to consolidate storage in one place and to support tasks, such as archiving and backup, and a cloud tier. NAS and storage area networks (SANs) are the two main types of networked storage. NAS handles unstructured data, such as audio, video, websites, text files and Microsoft Office documents. SANs are designed primarily for block storage inside databases, also known as structured data. What network-attached storage is used forNAS enables users to collaborate and share data more effectively, particularly work teams that are remotely located or in different time zones. A NAS connects to a wireless router, making it easy for distributed work environments to access files and folders from any device connected to the network. Organizations commonly deploy a NAS environment as the foundation for a personal or private cloud. NASThere are NAS products designed for use in large enterprises, as well as those for home offices or small businesses. Devices usually contain at least two drive bays, although single-bay systems are available for noncritical data. Enterprise NAS gear is designed with more high-end data features to aid storage management and usually comes with at least four drive bays.

NAS Use Cases:
  • The type of HDD selected for a NAS is dictated by the applications to be handled. Sharing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or Word documents with co-workers is a routine task, as is performing periodic data backup.
  • Conversely, using a NAS to handle large volumes of streaming media files requires larger capacity disks, more memory and more powerful network processing.
  • In the home, people often use a NAS system to store and serve multimedia files or to automate backups. Homeowners may rely on NAS to manage storage for smart TVs, security systems and other consumer-based internet of things (IoT) components.
  • In the enterprise, a NAS array can be a backup target for archiving and disaster recovery (DR). If a NAS device has a server mode, it can also serve email, multimedia files, databases or printing jobs.
  • Some higher-end NAS products accommodate enough disks to support RAID (redundant array of independent disks), a storage configuration that turns multiple hard disks into one logical unit to boost performance, high availability (HA) and redundancy.

NAS Product Categories:
  • NAS devices are grouped in three broad categories based on the number of drives, drive support, drive capacity and scalability.
  • High-end or enterprise NAS: The high end of the market is driven by enterprises that need to store vast quantities of file data, including virtual machine (VM) images. Enterprise NAS provides rapid access and NAS clustering capabilities. The clustering concept arose as a way to address drawbacks associated with traditional NAS.

For example: if a particular NAS device is allocated to an organization's primary storage, it creates the potential for a single point of failure. Ways of dealing with this include spreading mission-critical applications and file data across multiple boxes and strictly adhering to scheduled machine backups.
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