04/01/2015- Thecus today announced that they will begin offering users an upgraded version of the Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials NAS that will come equipped with 4 GB of DDR3 RAM. The Windows-based NAS are also outfitted with an embedded SSD/SSHD which houses the software.
As the first line of NAS to deploy the WSS 2012 R2 Essentials software, the W series offers an enterprise-class feature set with a user-friendly experience. The WSSE software allows users to utilize a host of Windows features including Storage Spaces, Data Deduplication, and integrated cloud services while data management is made simple via the Essentials Administrative Dashboard.
With the ability to serve up to 50 clients, the WSSE NAS is an ideal storage server for home or office environments, and at very affordable price points that include the end user licensing, these NAS provide a great value to customers
The upgrade will be available for all three models in the WSSE series (W2000+, W4000+, and W5000+). The upgraded RAM will further allow users to enjoy the feature-rich WSSE operating system with improved efficiency and performance.
Availability: The WSSE PLUS Edition will begin shipping globally in April 2015.
Established in 2004, Thecus Technology Corp provides market leading network attached storage and network video recorder solutions, committed to revolutionize how everyone from home user to enterprise level business centrally stores, manages and accesses their digital data both onsite and cloud-based. Thecus strives to deliver continuous innovation through cutting edge technology and design to provide data storage with the most customer-friendly platform, rapid performance and robust security. In May 2016, Thecus was formally acquired by Ennoconn Corporation and thus became part of the Foxconn IPC Technology group. Partnered together this diverse group of companies work in tandem to provide a total IoT (Internet of Things) solution. Now with an unparalleled portfolio to work with, Thecus is collaborating to bring unprecedented change to the network storage industry.