QNAP TS-932PX-4G 5+4 Bay High-Speed NAS with Two 10GbE and 2.5GbE Ports

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Product Description

network storage

Network storage is basically a file-level data storage server attached to an individual computer system, usually attached to the network, providing convenient data access to a heterogeneous set of users. NAS stands for network attached storage. It is designed specifically for storing data files, either by using its own storage device, hardware, or software. It can also be used as a back-up device to store critical information.

NAS devices generally come with built-in hard drives, which can be directly attached to the host computer. In some cases, you need to have an external hard drive to store the files that are accessed on the network. NAS devices are usually installed in your workstations as they help save space in the office. Network storage can be used for both local and remote data backup, for example, storing your email messages and videos and other personal information and data from your desktop PC. The information can be recovered after a power interruption, data recovery, computer crash, disaster, and other unavoidable events. One common use of NAS is data backup.

NAS network storage devices provide high level of security because it has its own hard disk and all files are stored encrypted in case of failure. The device can be installed anywhere in the network without having the need for additional hardware such as routers that can be used for wireless access. As a result, there is no need for costly and complicated switches and hubs. NAS network storage devices are easy to install because you just need to configure the device with the needed IP address and port number to connect to the network.

Today, there are numerous network storage devices available in the market. They include desktop NAS, laptop NAS, cloud NAS, virtual private servers (VPS), NAS dedicated servers, and NAS clusters. A number of NAS devices are also available in the market for managed solutions, allowing companies to customize and manage the network storage of their organization. If you are planning to buy a NAS device, it is advisable that you read the information provided below.

A NAS device can either be a standalone unit or network attached storage (NAS). A standalone NAS device is normally attached to the computer via a USB cable, while a network NAS can act as a part of the existing network infrastructure. While both types of NAS devices can perform data backup, a standalone device is not as flexible. because it does not have the ability to store multiple data and files. When it comes to choosing between these two types of NAS devices, it is important to choose a device that can perform tasks that your company requires.

The next consideration is the size of the storage device. NAS devices come in different sizes and configurations. Large-size NAS devices are more expensive than smaller ones. You can opt for a NAS device that provides better capacity and portability. If you will be using the NAS in a business environment, then you should look for a NAS device that has sufficient amount of space for the amount of data that you are going to store and transfer.

The next factor to consider is the disk space. Most NAS devices will have a limited amount of space, so you should ensure that you purchase a device that has enough space to store the data and files that you are going to store. Disk space is very important because you don't want to run out of space before you have time to transfer files to other locations. You can find devices that have up to 4 terabytes (TB) of space. of storage space and more.

You should consider the cost of maintenance of NAS storage devices. Most NAS devices do not require any maintenance at all. So, it is important to choose a NAS device that will give you the best performance. If you can find a NAS device that will offer great features and functionality, then you should definitely consider purchasing one.

Product Features

AnnapurnaLabs Alpine AL324 ARM Cortex-A57 quad-core 1.7GHz processor 2 X 10GbE SFP+ ports 2 x 2.5GbE ports 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports 5 x 3.5-inch + 4 x 2.5-inch SATA 6Gb/s (Diskless) 4 GB SODIMM DDR4 Memory (Max 16GB)