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Comparative 100 Mbps Write Performance
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Figure 15: Comparative 100 Mbps Write Performance

Comparative 100 Mbps Read Performance
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Figure 16: Comparative 1000 Mbps Read Performance

Comparative 1000 Mbps Write Performance
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Figure 17: Comparative 1000 Mbps Write Performance

To do a bit of a real-world test, I did a drag-and-drop test, moving files back and forth to the TS-209 with the unit in Mirror mode. For this test, I used my MacBook Pro, 2 GHz Intel Core Duo with 1.5 GB of RAM running Windows XP SP2 natively. The directory tree I copied contained 4,100 files, using just over a gigabyte.

1000 Mbps LAN 100 Mbs LAN
Write to TS-209 ~ 167 sec (6.13 MB/s) ~ 205 sec (5 MB/s)
Read from TS-209 ~ 184 sec (5.56 MB/s) ~ 230 sec (4.45 MB/s)
Table 1: TS-209 Windows XP Drag-and-Drop Filecopy times

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