Buffalo Reveals Windows Powered NAS Range

Written by Ben Hardwidge

August 3, 2011 | 17:32

Companies: #buffalo

TeraStation Pro WSS Suite Delivering Advanced Storage Features to the SMB Market

London UK, 2nd August 2011 - Buffalo Technology, a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of storage and wireless networking solutions, is today announcing the launch of the TeraStation Pro Windows Storage Server (WSS). The family of RAID enabled network attached storage is available in two, four and six bay models, as well as the 4 bay TeraStation Pro Rackmount, and Buffalo continue to fully populate and ship pre-configured in Raid 5.

Buffalo’s newest network storage solution family is optimised to deliver the most robust file server experience, and in addition to offering dependable, seamless domain integration, the TeraStation Pro WSS provides advanced features such as centralised management, DFS replication and, on select models, data De-duplication (SIS) and Read-only Domain Controller (RoDC) support.

The TeraStation Pro Windows Storage Server family provides businesses with a reliable and scalable solution that is not only cost-effective, but easy to deploy and administer into Windows workgroup or domain environments. Equipped with the powerful Intel(R) Atom Dual-Core Processor, Buffalo has designed and developed a product that provides exceptional performance, enabling multiple users to work concurrently with negligible impact on performance.

“Combining the Intel Atom powered TeraStation Pro platform with Windows Storage Server allows Buffalo to deliver cost-effective, reliable storage solutions to the SMB storage market,” said Paul Hudson, Sales Director Northern Europe at Buffalo Technology. “With the power of Windows Storage Server 2008 R2, the TeraStation Pro WSS product suite is truly extendable into the higher-end SMB and enterprise sector at a fraction of the cost of current solutions.”

Buffalo products can be purchased through distributors and leading online resellers. For more information about Buffalo Technology and its products, please visit the company’s website at www.buffalo-techology.com.
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