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QNAP TVS-673e Business NAS with Multimedia Focus

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Storage

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About a year ago we reviewed the QNAP TVS-473 which is very closely related to this model. So in this article we’ll focus mostly on what’s different from the model we wrote about before.

The TVS-673e is the middle brother in the brand-new QNAP TVS-x73e series. The line-up of these high-performance SMB NAS units consist of the TVS-873e (8-bay), TVS-673e (6-bay) and QNAP TVS-473e (4-bay) models (the first number indicating the number of bays).

Okay, so what’s the “e” stand for in the TVS-673e?

Could be for Enhanced (more features) or Economy (fewer features) than the 473 we had on the bench earlier?

Your Data in the Cloud or on your own NAS? We Look at the QNAP TS-873U-RP for Businesses

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Storage

 Read more: Your Data in the Cloud or on your own NAS? We Look at the QNAP TS-873U-RP for...

What’s the most important asset for most businesses? People, products or premises will probably make your shortlist. How about Data?
It’s alright to pump all your data into “the Cloud” and hope that it will be secure and uncompromised but how about at least having access to your own data in your own company at the local level? In other words, having it on a Networked Attached Storage (NAS) system.

In today’s review we look at a low cost, high performance, rack mounted unit from one of the best NAS companies in the world.
Here’s our take on the QNAP TS-873U-RP.


(This article was written by Paul Maranzano, Technical Director for an IT company in Melbourne, Vic)

Das Storage Boost -- Terra Master D2-310 DAS Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Storage

Read more: Das Storage Boost -- Terra Master D2-310 DAS ReviewedWhile Networked RAID devices are a dime a dozen, Direct Attached Storage (DAS) RAID units are a rarer breed. And Terra Master’s D2-310 has a leg up on the competition: This box attaches via USB-C.

Read on as we take a look at Terra Master’s dual bay DAS RAID device.

Drobo 5N2 Review: the Easiest 5 Bay NAS. But wait...there’s more!

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Storage

Read more: Drobo 5N2 Review: the Easiest 5 Bay NAS. But wait...there’s more!We’ve followed the Drobo developments ever since they were launched about a decade ago but never actually laid hands on one, despite having reviewed dozens of NAS units in that time.

The Drobo seemed, well, too simple to use to be any good...
That prejudice of mine now sees that simplicity as its main selling point.

Let’s find out why.

 

Synology Diskstation DS916+ for Business

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Storage

Read more: Synology Diskstation DS916+ for BusinessProgress is inevitable, each year hardware gets a little spec bump with some oomph and a bit of ahh.

DigitalReviews.net have had been lucky enough to have the Synology Diskstation DS916+ on the test bench for quite some time.

The DS916+ is pitched at the professional NAS user segment, with productivity and scalability in mind.

This time around DigitalReviews will focus on the productivity side of DSM.

The Power Couple: QNAP TBS-453A 4-Bay NASbook with ADATA M.2 SSDs Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Storage

Read more: The Power Couple: QNAP TBS-453A 4-Bay NASbook with ADATA M.2 SSDs Reviewed
Here at DigitalReviews.net we have been reviewing NAS storage units for about a decade, from very simple one or two bay units to enterprise level rack monsters.

Nothing much surprises us anymore in that field. Except when QNAP announced its NASbook.

This is a form factor that will attract many new users and one of the reasons for its anticipated success will have nothing to do with QNAP but the type of SSDs used in this unit.

We elected to equip them with 4 M2 SSDs from ADATA, a great combination.

Let’s see what this is all about.

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