Thecus have this week introduced a new ultra low powered NAS storage system to their range, which is powered by a new lower-power dual-core SoC from Cavium. Thecus’s new N4100EVO NAS has been designed to offer a broad range of advanced features and provide low-energy hardware to cut electricity costs and carbon footprint within homes and businesses.
The Thecus Firmware includes with the N4100EVO NAS supports all the newest advances: XFS, 3TB HDD, SATAIII HDD, iSCSI, an open source module system, and more. Together with a range of free modules including: BitTorrent, eMule, Piczza! photo server, HTTP and a Web Disk module. Which has been designed to enable easy upload download of files from your NAS system.
Florence Shih, Thecus Technology General Manager explains:
“As the demand for storage capacity continues to grow, SMB/home users are requiring greater integration of storage into their environments,” – “The N4100EVO is designed to deliver performance, features, and reliability at an affordable price to satisfy these needs.”
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.