Buffalo TeraStation 3210DN Desktop 4 TB NAS Hard Drives Included

Mfg. Part: TS3210DN0402 | CDW Part: 4450381 | UNSPSC: 43201835
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Was $579.99
$516.70 Advertised Price
Lease Option ($15.24/month)
Note: Leasing is available to organizations only. Leasing is not available to individuals.
Product Details
  • NAS server
  • 2 bays
  • 4 TB
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • HDD 2 TB x 2
  • RAID 0
  • 1
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Main Features
  • NAS server
  • 2 bays
  • 4 TB
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • HDD 2 TB x 2
  • RAID 0
  • 1
  • JBOD
  • RAM 1 GB
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • iSCSI
The Buffalo TS3010 series is designed for small businesses that want to take the next step in protecting their valuable business data. Many small businesses lack a comprehensive approach to data backup and protection. No more backing up to thumb drives or disks that get misplaced - it's time to get serious about data. Designed for organizations around 25 users, the TS3010 series delivers the same features and functionality as more advanced NAS solutions from Buffalo. With the TS3010, small to medium size businesses can take advantage of the reliability and security once only reserved for enterprise level organizations. Instead of backing up to thumb drives and managing multiple tape or external hard drives TeraStation 3010 can automate the backup plan including local and cloud based strategies. Automation saves you time, money and ensures better results should you need to recover data. Data security is a concern in today's world. Data encryption as well as Buffalo's integrated software ensuring your hard drives cannot be used systems besides your TeraStation. Physical security is addressed with an integrated Kensignton security slot, drive bay panel lock and Buffalo's Booth Authentication software. The out-box-box experience is simplified since TeraStation 3010 ships fully populated with NAS-quality hard drives already setup in RAID. Designed for reliable operations in an always-on NAS devices, NAS drives are much more stable and reliable that standard desktop hard drives. RAID protects your data by storing bits and bytes across multiple hard drives instead of a single drive. If a drive is lost systems stay up allowing you to continue to work while the replacement is sent from Buffalo.

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