Thecus Demonstrates Their Newest NAS’ at Computex 2015
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
Computex 2015 – Thecus makes some amazing NAS units and we’ve also stopped by their booth at Computex to check out what news they might have in the bags.
On display is everything from high-end enterprise rack-servers such as the N16850, W16000, and N8880U-G units as well as the newest bay-trail based Windows Storage NAS.
The N16850 packs quite the punch, starting with the Intel Haswell Xeon E-3 CPU running at 3.1GHZ. It also comes packed with 8GB ECC RAM and is upgradeable up to 32GB.
Redundant power supply with 80 Plus certification, plenty of network connections and PCIe expansion slots are all available in this amazing NAS unit.
Thecus also brought along the N7770-G and N880U-G units that differentiate between being tower and rack units. They are powered by an Intel Core i3 CPU, come with 43GB ECC memory and support Real-time remote replications as well as 7 modes of Link Aggregation. Thecus also added 10Gb Ethernet to these units as well as bundled them with Acronis True Image and Intel Security.
Last but not least, Thecus also showcased what on the first glance looks like N4310 that we reviewed not long ago. But it is in fact a brand new unit that just uses the same type of enclosure. The W4100 is a Bay-Trail based unit running Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials.
Thecus also brought the new N5810Pro unit along and that is something just a little special. We’ve already had it in for a review in case you want to check out the details on that amazing 5-bay NAS with 5 LAN ports and built-in UPS.