Announcing That The TeraStation 7000 Family of NAS Devices Has Entered EOL
Buffalo Americas is Formally Announcing That the TeraStation 7000 Family of NAS Devices Has Entered EOL
AUSTIN, TEXAS –January 18, 2019 – The successor to the TS7000 series is the new TeraStation 5010 series, specifically the 12-bay rackmount TS51210RH model. The TS51210RH comes with hard drives included and offers greater performance than the TS7000 as they are designed to run simultaneous concurrent services (such as virtualized server backups) seamlessly with minimal performance degradation, ideal for organizations looking to add an affordable virtualized storage to their business network.
The TS51210RH is available in partially-populated options, allowing these 12-bay devices to be shipped with either 12 or 4 enterprise-grade hard drives included. These partially populated models allow users to purchase storage at a lower price to fit their needs today while planning for tomorrow’s growth.
The TS51210RH is the perfect network-attached storage (NAS) solution for SMB-sized businesses as they move SMB data at high speeds and eliminate the bottlenecks that can occur on slower networks. TS51210RH users enjoy premium hardware features such as dual native 10GbE NICs that are backwards compatible to 5GbE, 2.5GbE, and 1GbE with fan and rail kit included. Optional redundant power supplies are also available.
When registered within 90 days of purchase, the TS51210RH receives a 5-year US-based warranty support. When registered within their original warranty period, they also qualify for Buffalo’s Data Recovery Service for simple logical data loss. These products can be registered here: www.buffaloamericas.com/registernow
The TS7000 series are officially end of life. Customers looking to secure units after this announcement are encouraged to contact a Buffalo representative immediately. The original warranty and technical support provided with this product family will remain the same, with assistance available after the actual official announcement date.