Thecus N7700PRO Network Storage ServerAug 22nd, 2010 | By Anthony
Here’s what Thecus has to say about the new N7700Pro:
The N7700PRO offers unprecedented data performance, reaching speeds of over 300MB/s. Why wait around for file transfers to complete? With the N7700PRO, users no longer have to.
Powered by an Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor and featuring 4GB of high-speed DDR2 memory, the N7700PRO is the most powerful NAS unit on the market. Enjoy instantaneous system response and increased concurrent connections with the N7700PRO.
Ready For the Future (10 GbE NIC Compatibility List)
Future technologies are around the corner, and the N7700PRO is ready. With its PCI-e slot, the N7700PRO can accommodate a number of emerging technologies. Add a 10Gb Ethernet adaptor and experience the lightning-fast file transfers. With PCI-e expansion, the N7700PRO is ready for whatever may come.
Unique Dual DOM™ Design
In business, having access to mission-critical data at all times is crucial. The N7700PRO is equipped with a dual Disk On Module (DOM) design to ensure flawless operation and maximum uptime.
Incredibly Expandable and Adaptable
The N7700PRO offers excellent storage expansion possibilities with its stackable feature. Simply connect up to five N7700PROs together and conveniently control them all using a single unit. You will also be pleased to hear that the N7700PRO is also compatible with iSCSI initiators for blazing transfer speeds.
Maximum Flexibility and Expansion
Aside from being iSCSI ready, the N7700PRO offers unmatched flexibility. Support for multiple file systems including Ext3, XFS and ZFS, as well as online RAID migration and expansion, means that the N7700PRO’s data protection and capacity are upgradable and can be integrated into virtually any company network with ease. Users can add larger hard disks to available slots and join an existing RAID volume. The N7700PRO will automatically rebuild the RAID array and increase storage capacity.
Handy Snapshot Feature for Version Control
The N7700PRO is capable version control via a snapshot function with the ZFS file system, allowing users to efficiently create and restore remote backups. For users, the result is total data security and peace of mind.