Like every other website on the planet, SmallNetBuilder uses cookies. Our cookies track login status, but we only allow admins to log in anyway, so those don't apply to you. Any other cookies you pick up during your visit come from advertisers, which we don't control.
If you continue to use the site, you agree to tolerate our use of cookies. Thank you!

Router Charts

Click for Router Charts

Router Ranker

Click for Router Ranker

NAS Charts

Click for NAS Charts

NAS Ranker

Click for NAS Ranker

More Tools

Click for More Tools

NAS News

Seagate logoSeagate has released a new line of business NASes.

The new Seagate Business Storage family replaces the company's Black Armor line and includes one, two and four-bay models. All models have Cavium CPUs with 512 MB of RAM on the four-bay model and 256 MB on the one and two-bays.

All three models have two USB 3.0 ports that support USB storage and printers. The single bay model has one Gigabit Ethernet LAN port while the two and four bay models have two ports.

The two-bay model supports RAID 0 and 1 and the four-bay supports RAID 0,1,5 and 10.

A unique feature of the two and four-bay models is a built-in Universal Storage Module (USM) slot for fast file transfers and backups.

Seagate Business Storage family

Seagate Business Storage family

All models support both local and networked backup and can serve as backup storage for Apple Time Machine. Other common features include secure hosted-portal based remote access to form a personal cloud accessible via web browser and iOS and Android apps, volume and folder encryption, Active Directory support, hot swappable drives, iSCSI target and UPnP/DLNA media serving.

The Business Storage 1-Bay NAS comes in 2, 3 and 4 TB configurations with MSRPs of $199, $249 and $329, respectively.

The Business Storage 2-Bay NAS comes in diskless, 4, 6 and 8 TB configurations with MSRPs of $199, $469, $549 and $749, respectively.

The Business Storage 4-Bay NAS comes in diskless, 4, 8, 12 and 16 TB configurations with MSRPs of $429, $599, $849, $999 and $1499, respectively.

All models come with a three-year limited warranty and will be available shortly.

More NAS

Wi-Fi System Tools
Check out our Wi-Fi System Charts, Ranker and Finder!

Support Us!

If you like what we do and want to thank us, just buy something on Amazon. We'll get a small commission on anything you buy. Thanks!

Over In The Forums

Hi, My current ISP (hyperoptic in the UK) has implemented CGNAT, so I can't access my router from outside my home network. I thought about setting up ...
I just bought a used asus RT-n66u router,it has fw: 3.0.0.4.382_50702 on it, which i see is the latest.Does asus merlin support this firmware? or do i...
To see the remote connections of the devices in my network use:Code: /usr/sbin/netstat-nat -n But the above command is only for IPv4, is there any s...
Does anyone know if there are any DOCSIS 3.0 modems that support active queue management? I'm referring to a modem like the Arris SB6183 or the Netgea...
Hi,After entware-ng update (src/gz packages pkg.entware.net/binaries/armv7) to entware (src/gz packages bin.entware.net/armv7sf-k2.6) using opkg updat...

Don't Miss These

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3