06/27/2012 – Russian Foxnetwork already has quite an extensive experience in testing Thecus® devices, but everything they have had so far has been under 8 hard drives. They have been wanting to take a look at the biggest Thecus® NAS, N16000. Finally, that day has come. As a result of testing, Foxnetwork made the following summary: “The Thecus® N16000 allows to store information on 16 hard drives and includes 3 units. Data can be accessed with the help standard Gigabit Ethernet interface as well as with the help of additionally installed network cards for 1 and 10 GE environments. This model demonstrates performance similar to the one we saw when testing N8900, except its double storage space allows final user store twice as much data.”
Among the advantages of the Thecus® N16000, Foxnetwork identified high data access speeds, possibility to install additional network cards (including 10GE), SATA and SAS support, ability to extend functionality with the help of free modules, strong resistance to network attacks, network interface aggregation and stacking etc.
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