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AS3102T - 2 Bay NAS

The AS3102T is equipped with the latest generation Intel Celeron (Braswell) dual-core processor along with 2GB of dual-channel memory. It features read and write speeds of over 223.64 MB/s and 219.99 MB/s under RAID 1 configurations. Your data is completely protected from the moment it is first stored on the NAS. This means that you never have to worry about your confidential data falling into the wrong hands even if your hard disks become lost or stolen.

AS6204T - 4 Bay NAS

The AS6204T provides enterprise-class hardware and software and is compatible with VMware, Citrix, Hyper-V virtual storage environments. iSCSI and NFS support allow it to seamless integrate with existing IT environments, providing an optimal and cost-effective storage solution. The AS6204T provides seamless cross-platform and multi-user access, allowing you to easily connect to your NAS from Windows, Mac OS X or Unix-like operating systems no matter if you are using a PC, notebook, tablet or smartphone.

AS3202T - 2 Bay NAS

AS3202T series devices provide a variety of backup options and are connected to a variety of public cloud storage services including Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive,, HiDrive, Ralus, WonderBox, xCloud and CrashPlan. You can also use FTP Explorer, USB external hard drive enclosures, external hard drives and local backup to ensure proper backup for your data. No matter if you are using Windows, Mac or Linux, ASUSTOR provides the proper tools for your backup needs.

AS6208T - 8 Bay NAS

The AS6208T is cost-effective large capacity NAS. Users can install eight 10 TB hard disks to immediately create a high capacity storage space of up to 80 TB. When your budget and storage requirements are smaller, you can purchase a smaller number of hard disks. Additional disks can be purchased as your storage requirements grow. Additionally, RAID 5 and 6 storage volume setting provide comprehensive protection for all digital assets stored on the NAS, minimizing the risk of data loss due to hard disk failure or accidents.