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General

Manufacturer Sonnet Technologies Synology
Model FUS-D4QR5-4TB DS508
Lowest Price $332.05 Compare Sonnet Technologies FUS-D4QR5-4TB prices $174.99 Compare Synology DS508 prices
Warranty 5 years warranty

Ports

RJ45 Ports
USB Ports 2
eSATA Ports Yes No
Other Ports

Storage

Drive Bays 4 5
Hard Disk Interface Serial ATA
Hard Disk Size 4 x 1TB Diskless
Rotational Speed

Features

  • High Performance, Protected Data-When connected via eSATA and with four 1TB drives configured as a RAID 5 set, data transfers up to 225 MB/sec read, 177 MB/sec write while protecting the data
  • RAID 5 Onboard-Integrated hardware RAID controller supports RAID 5 drive configuration on its own; no need for a specialized RAID controller card
  • Four Interfaces, Single Cable Connection-Choose from eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400, and USB 2.0 interfaces, and connect to your computer with a single cable
  • Informative Display and LED Indicators-Determine operating status at a glance
  • Simple Configuration-Integrated controls enable you to select RAID modes and configure the drives to meet your performance and data security needs, no matter which interface you choose
  • 4TB, 8TB, and 12TB configurations
  • Quiet Fans-Low fan noise levels make these Fusion storage systems suitable for use in noise-sensitive environments
  • eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB cables included
  • Duel g-LANs with LAN aggregation support
  • Windows ADS domain support
  • Software license included, no CAL fee
  • High performance yet power saving
  • Built-in local and remote backup

Form Factor

Dimensions 15" x 10" x 19" 12.75" x 11.5" x 14.5"
Weight 24 lbs 13.4 lbs
Form Factor 3.5"

Networking

Data Link Protocol Gigabit Ethernet
Network Interface Controller
DLNA Certified No No

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Software

Operating System
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