Buffalo brings business class NAS solutions to small businesses

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Buffalo Technology, the global manufacturer of storage and networking solutions, has launched the economical and combined Network Attached Storage (NAS) and iSCSI solution for enterprise departments, small businesses and the home office, with the TeraStation 3400 (TS3400).

The new TS3400 offers small businesses and home users an affordable NAS solution with capacity of up to 16TB. The device comes fully populated, available in both Rackmount and Desktop format, while being packed with the latest Marvell ARMADA MV78230 Dual-Core CPU processor and 1 GB of DDR RAM.

The TS3400 combines the quality and versatility that Buffalo users have come to expect, with features normally associated with enterprise-size businesses. The device comes with a quick and reliable user interface, Active Directory support, Hot Swap HDD's, IP camera recording capabilities and two super speed USB 3.0 ports.

Business and user data is also protected with RAID, and hot swap functionality allows users to change disks without downtime, now a standard feature in the TeraStation family. The device also comes with 10 free NovaStor NovaBACKUP® licenses.

Paul Hudson, Sales Director for Northern Europe at Buffalo Technology, said: "The TS3400 series combines a whole host of rich business features into one affordable and high performing NAS device. It provides the quality and high reliability customers have come to expect of Buffalo's business solutions whilst being able to meet the needs of even the most demanding users.

"When starting a business or looking for a secure and high performing solution to data storage for home offices, users are often let down by the simplicity and price of the devices currently available. The great thing about the TS3400 series is that there's no need to compromise on performance to get a more affordable price, this device offers both. The TS3400 provides all the features and backup capabilities needed for a high performing and secure solution to data storage."

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