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ASUSTOR Lockerstor 8 AS6508T Review An 8-Bay 10GbE NAS

Our ASUSTOR Lockerstor 8 AS6508T review shows how this 8-bay NAS with 2x 10Gbase-T and 2x 2.5GbE ports packs great hardware and features for the SMB market

Synology DS420j Launched at CES 2020

The Synology DS420j is a 4-bay entry-level NAS providing local storage, backup, and services to edge locations such as offices, retail locations, and homes

FreeNAS Mini XL Plus Review 8-bays and 10GbE

Our FreeNAS Mini XL+ review shows how this 8x 3.5" + 2x 2.5" NAS performs and how it is uniquely adapted to run FreeNAS at the edge and remotely managed

SilverStone CS280 Review and 8-Bay DIY NAS Build

In our SilverStone CS280 review, we show not just the case, but we put an ASRock Rack Intel Xeon Gold NAS together with FreeNAS and 15K SAS to test limits

TerraMaster F4-421 Review 4-Bay NAS for SMB Users

Our TerraMaster F4-421 review shows why this 4-bay NAS unit delivers exceptional value for 1GbE connectivity. We also see what can be improved

Asustor Multi-Gig NAS Future at Computex 2019

New Asustor Nimbustor AS5304T and AS5202T NAS units shown at Computex 2019 offer dual 2.5GbE connectivity to switches and workstations

TerraMaster F2-210 Review A 2-Bay Budget Friendly NAS

Our TerraMaster F2-210 review shows how the company's inexpensive 2-bay NAS compares to other TerraMaster models and its competition

TerraMaster F2-221 2-Bay NAS Review Big Encryption Upgrade

Our TerraMaster F2-221 review shows why this 2-bay NAS solution is an enormous improvement over the previous generation with twice the network capacity and hardware encryption offload

New Synology RS1219+ Short-Depth 12-Inch Rackmount NAS

We stopped by Synology's showcase at Computex 2018 in Taipei and saw the new Synology RS1219+ short-depth rackmount NAS. The 2U NAS features a shallow 12-inch depth, great for space constrained edge deployments.

Synology DS1618+ Launched 6 Bay NAS

The Synology DS1618+ is a 6-bay NAS server with a new Intel Atom C3538 SoC and 4GB of RAM offering a capacity point between 4 and 8-bay units.