Thecus Tease Us With New NAS Units for Computex
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
As so many companies right now, Thecus is getting ready to show off their latest development, ideas, and solutions at Computex in Taipei next month.
“Computex provides a great venue for us unveil our latest technologies and display existing products,” said Florence Shih, CEO of Thecus. “Users will be able to experience our wide range of NAS solutions for home, small/medium business, and enterprise uses.”
Among the units that they’re going to show off are their Windows-based solutions of which we already reviewed the W4000. These units make it easier than ever to incorporate Windows-based features into your network for a relative low price. Setting up your Azure or Office 365 on your SMB network has never been so easy.
But also newer units such as the recently released N5810 Pro NAS, that we also already reviewed for you. This is an amazing unit that doesn’t just add the usual enthusiast features but packs one on top with 5 LAN ports, 5 HDD trays, built-in miniUPS and HTPC function.
What got me excited is the yet promise, or tease, that they’re going to unveil and show off two new and yet unreleased SMB/Enterprise solutions including a 7-bay tower NAS and a 8-bay rackmount unit. These new NAS devices will be powered by Intel Core i3 processors, most likely Haswell, have 4GB built-in memory that is upgradeable to 32GB, and last but not least come 10G-ready.