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ASUSTOR Inc. is proud to announce compatibility with Seagate’s newest NAS IronWolf 110 series of SSD. The new Seagate IronWolf 110 SSD is listed as model ZA960NM10001. In anticipation for the release of Seagate’s first SSD designed for servers, ASUSTOR has thoroughly tested the IronWolf 110 series 960GB SSD for use inside an ASUSTOR NAS.

ASUSTOR NAS devices 

ASUSTOR NAS devices support SSD caching, which optimises response times and transmission performance when accessing data while also achieving the best balance of speed and capacity.

The fast nature of SSDs allows workloads to keep pace with the ever-increasing demands of modern times. With the all-new ASUSTOR AS4002T and AS4004T with 10-Gigabit Ethernet, ASUSTOR and IronWolf SSDs continue to break high-speed barriers to meet the needs of performance users.

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