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  • ASUSTOR NAS 華芸 RAID

    Ultimate data protection

    ASUSTOR NAS makes use of RAID storage technology to provide protection for your data. RAID mainly revolves around the core concept of combining your disks to protect the data inside. ASUSTOR offers a number of different RAID level configurations that you can choose from when creating storage volumes. Each RAID level offers a differing degree of data protection, system performance and storage space.
    ASUSTOR's supported RAID levels are summarized in the chart below:

    RAID LEVEL

    Single

    JBOD

    RAID 0

    RAID 1

    RAID 5

    RAID 6

    RAID 10

    Minimum number of disks

    1

    2

    2

    2

    3

    4

    4

    Faulty Disks Tolerated

    x

    x

    x

    1

    1

    2

    1

    Increased System performance

    x

    x

    v

    x

    v

    v

    v

    Maximum use of Storage space

    v

    v

    v

    x

    x

    x

    x





    M.2 Storage – Take Control of Your NAS

    With the introduction of M.2 storage on an ASUSTOR NAS, you are now able to choose how you store your data. With M.2 caching, your NAS automatically stores frequently used data on installed M.2 drives. With the all-new M.2 storage feature, M.2 SSDs become an ultra-high speed storage volume. Files stored in this volume can be accessed quickly and remain there no matter how often they are accessed. Create content quickly and easily on the M.2 SSDs and then archive work on the hard drives to create a powerful high-speed, high capacity workspace. Play games? Create an iSCSI volume on your NAS on the M.2 SSDs to create an easy way to play games without running out of storage on your laptop. Unleash the full potential of your NAS by utilizing the full speed 2.5 and 10-Gigabit ports while also increasing the maximum total storage your NAS can handle, making ASUSTOR the number one NAS available.

    * To maintain optimal performance and quality, M.2 drives may only be paired with other M.2 drives in a RAID array.

    Asustor NAS 華芸 M.2 Storage – Take Control of Your NAS