ASUSTOR has this week announced the launch of two new NAS devices that will be joining the ASUSTOR family, in the form of the AS4002T and AS4004T. The company’s first consumer grade network attached storage (NAS) solutions equipped with 10gb Ethernet with an RJ45 connector. Mobile installation with AiMaster takes only 3 steps! Finding your NAS, system initialization and installation, power management, ADM firmware updates, system information and more are all available from the convenience of your mobile device at any time.
Both the AS4002T and AS4004T have a 10gb Ethernet port and 2 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, and are the world’s first NAS containing a Marvell Armada Cortex-A72 64-bit dual-core processor supported by 2GB of DDR4-2400 memory. ASUSTOR product manager Johnny Chen explains :
“Both beginners and professionals will be more than satisfied with the excellent performance and convenience brought by these two new NAS. It is worth mentioning that a 10-Gigabit network and the full set of equipment is required to achieve maximum speeds. The AS40 series is affordable for both consumers and businesses. We are very pleased to be releasing a NAS that both consumers and businesses will find to be one of the best values for a NAS.”
ASUSTOR NAS AS4002T and AS4004T specifications :
– Marvell Armada Cortex-A72 1.6GHz dual core CPU
– 2GB of DDR4-2400 RAM
– 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports
– 1x 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports
– Read speeds of up to 1146MB/s on RAID 5
– Write speeds of up to 584 MB/s on RAID 5
– Front panel USB 3.1 Gen1, power button, one-touch backup button.
– Rear USB 3.1 Gen1
– Supports hard drive hot swapping
– Tool-less installation
– Supports hardware encryption
– Supports JBOD, single drives, and RAID levels 0 and 1 while quad bay units also support levels 5, 6 and 10
– Supports up to 12TB per hard drive
– Supports seamless system migration
– Supports MyArchive drives
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