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ASUSTOR bringt die AS 6-Serie NAS heraus

TAIPEH, Taiwan, 6. November 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ASUSTOR Inc., ein führender innovativer Anbieter von Netzwerkspeicherlösungen, hat die Markteinführung seiner völlig neuen AS 6-Serie Network Attached Storage (NAS) bekanntgegeben. Die Geräte der AS 6-Serie NAS sind als zwei-, vier- und acht-Bay Modelle erhältlich und zeichnen sich durch den Ruhezustand System Sleep Mode (S3) mit gleichzeitiger, fast unmittelbarer Betriebsbereitschaft auf. Sie sind mit dem Intel® Atom™ 2.13 GHz Dual Core-Prozessor und 1GB RAM (erweiterbar) ausgestattet, so dass die 6-Serie höchste Leistungsfähigkeit mit niedrigem Energieverbrauch kombiniert. Die Intel®-Technologie ermöglicht es den Geräten außerdem, HDMI-Ausgaben durchzuführen, mit denen man HD-Videos und Multimedia direkt auf HDMI-fähigen Displays abspielen kann.

„Wir können weltweit ein exponentielles Wachstum der Datenmengen beobachten", sagt Shawn Shu, Präsident von ASUSTOR. „Wir bei ASUSTOR wissen, wie wir unsere Kunden dabei unterstützen können, ihre wertvollsten digitalen Bestände zu sichern und zu managen."

Auf allen Modellen der Serie ist der ASUSTOR Data Master (ADM) vorinstalliert - ein ideales Betriebssystem für Speichergeräte, welches den Anwendern eine moderne und intuitive Benutzerschnittstelle bietet. Im ADM sind die Funktionen bereits eingebaut, die alle modernen NAS-Geräte aufweisen, wie z. B. flexible Back-Up-Möglichkeiten, Verschlüsselungstechnologie gemäß militärischen Anforderungen und Fernzugriff. Darüber hinaus stellt das NAS auch zusätzliche Funktionalitäten durch ASUSTORs App Central bereit, die ein umfangreiches Spektrum von verschiedenen Apps für die Nutzer anbietet. Zu den von ASUSTOR bereitgestellten Apps gehören das Download Center, ein einfach zu verwendender Download-Manager, und das Surveillance Center, durch das die Nutzer eine Reihe von IP-Kameras verwalten können. Außerdem werden Apps von Dritten sowie von Open-Source-Kreisen entwickelt, wie beispielsweise Plex Media Server mit einer kompletten Medienlösung und Piwik, eine beliebte und kostenlose Alternative zu Google Analytics.

„Kleine Firmen und Verbraucher brauchen eine einfache und zentralisierte Lösung, um auf ihre entscheidenden digitalen Informationen zuzugreifen und sie zu schützen", erklärt David Tuhy, General Manager, Intel Storage Division. „Die AS 6-Serie ist hervorragend geeignet, um geschäftliche Kontinuität zu erzielen. Die Web-Funktion ermöglicht den Zugriff zu jeder Zeit, an jedem Ort und auf jedem intelligenten Gerät durch die Erstellung einer personenbezogenen Cloud."

Für weitere Produktinformationen besuchen Sie bitte: http://www.asustor.com.

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CTT Computertechnik AG (www.ctt.de)
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Über ASUSTOR

Das 2011 gegründete Unternehmen ASUSTOR Inc., eine Tochtergesellschaft von ASUSTeK Computer Inc., ist ein branchenführender innovativer Anbieter von Private-Cloud-Speicherlösungen (Network Attached Storage) und Systemen zur Video-Überwachung (Network Video Recorder). ASUSTOR widmet sich der Aufgabe, weltweit beispiellose Benutzererfahrungen zu ermöglichen und die besten und umfassendsten Lösungskonzepte für Netzwerkspeicher anzubieten.

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