BUFFALO TeraStation 1200 - NAS server - 2 TB
Enjoy easy set-up with customizable RAID data protection and exceptional performance during file transfers and everyday NAS functions, as well as professional features such as Active Directory, USB accessory, and disk quota support; share level replication; hot-swap hard drives; and eleven licenses of NovaBACKUP - Buffalo Edition provides professional backup & data recovery solution
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Processor / Memory
Expansion / Connectivity
- 1 x Ethernet 1000Base-T - RJ-45
- 1 x USB 2.0 - Type A
Software / System Requirements
- Limited warranty - 3 years
- Technical support - phone consulting - 3 years
TeraStation™ 1000 Series
OverviewTeraStation 1000 Series is easy to set up with customizable RAID data protection and real-time share level replication. TeraStation 1000 Series is packed with professional features such as Active Directory support, disk quota support, hot-swap hard drives, USB accessory support and eleven licenses of NovaBACKUP®.
TERASTATION NAS SYSTEMTeraStation 1000 Series runs on Buffalo's TeraStation NAS System providing a host of business-class features from network file sharing and security to RAID management, remote access and more. Managing data, backups and data sharing in a production environment or larger business is made easy with this NAS operating system. Included on all Buffalo TeraStation devices, TeraStation NAS System simplifies your everyday data needs.
- RAID 0 combines all drives into a single array offering maximum capacity with no redundancy
- RAID 1 mirrors two arrays, creating an exact copy of data for fault tolerance
- RAID 5 stripes the data across all four drives, interspersing parity data to provide an efficient blend of fault tolerance and storage capacity
- RAID 6 stripes the data across all four drives but with double distributed parity, allowing up to two drives to fail without suffering data loss
- RAID 10 mirrors two sets of hard drives and combines them into a single array, striping data across all mirrored sets for fault tolerance and increased performance